The Author , however, has not revealed his identity.It looks interesting anyway, so I share this article.Thirteenth Month Pay Law), as amended by Memorandum Order No. All rank-and-file employees, regardless of their designation or employment status, and irrespective of the method by which their wages are paid, who have worked at least one month during the calendar year are entitled to 13th month pay.28, requires all employers to pay their employees a 13th month pay not later than December 24 of every year. Marcos, took effect on December 16, 1975, only employees receiving a basic salary of not more than P1,000 a month were entitled to 13th pay. As stated above, only rank-and-file employees are entitled to 13th month pay.Para sa kaalaman ng karamihan at para malaman niyo na rin ang dahilan kung bakit nanggigil ang Tsina at iba pang bansang pilit na gumagawa ng paraan na panghimasukan ang interes, ekononomiya at teritoryo ng ating bansa.Dagdag pa ang mga pulitikong may mga personal na interes kaya nangungunyapit sa kapangyarihan at halos lahat ay gustong maging pangulo ng Pilipinas.
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That is, it should be added to the guaranteed wage of the employee in computing his “basic salary” (see Philippine Duplicators v.
NLRC, 1993.) Employees with multiple employers are entitled to 13th month pay from all their private employers.
An employer, however, may give to his employees one half of the required 13th month pay before the opening of the regular school year and the other half on before the 24th of December of every year.
The frequency of payment of this monetary benefit may be the subject of agreement between the employer and the recognized/collective bargaining agent of the employees.