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  1. Join Date
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    #11
    unless super bait boss nila at bigyan kahit konting pera, wala silang magagawa

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    #12
    Quote Originally Posted by boybi View Post
    how about kung single proprietorship yung establishment? pwede bang ipa-freeze yung assets ng owner sa case na ito?
    hindi din ata pwede ito. afaik, asset freezing is pag may case na estafa, money laundering or accumulation of wealth due to illegal means.

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    #13
    Quote Originally Posted by niky View Post
    I don't think they can count the boss's other assets... sadly... and yes, creditors first, in this case.

    Too bad for your friend... which publishing firm?
    thanks for all your replies.

    Actually yan din ang pananaw ko dyan sa sitwasyon na yan eh.

    Sorry but my friend requested not to name the company kasi baka yung taga ibang sister company nila eh nagbro-browse dito.

    Actually, di pa naman sure daw, pero parang pinariringgan sila na ganun ang mangyayari.

    keep them coming...


    thanks

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    #14
    Quote Originally Posted by niky View Post
    I don't think they can count the boss's other assets... sadly... and yes, creditors first, in this case.

    Too bad for your friend... which publishing firm?

    Actually, in terms of preference, unpaid taxes come first. In case of movable property, claims for unpaid wages come 6th. In case of immovable (real) property, they come in 3rd.

  5. Join Date
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    #15
    Ugh... the workers truly get the shaft... it's always the little guys, huh?

    Hmmmm... confidentiality? Hehe... sorry for snooping... someone was offering up a big stake in a publishing house on our mailing list a while back, and I was wondering if it was connected.

    Ang pagbalik ng comeback...

  6. Join Date
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    #16
    Hehe, yan ang notion ng employees dito lalo na mga blue-collared... Owner = company.

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    #17
    in a way, kawawa naman yun ibang company ng boss, kasi may sarili din empleyado yun. kung ikaw nag-empleyo sa ok na company ng boss mo, tapos malalaman mo kukunin pondo nyo kasi ma-babankrupt yun sister company. syempre aalma ka din, kasi nag-perform well naman kayo to make your company stable.

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    #18
    Quote Originally Posted by oldblue View Post
    in a way, kawawa naman yun ibang company ng boss, kasi may sarili din empleyado yun. kung ikaw nag-empleyo sa ok na company ng boss mo, tapos malalaman mo kukunin pondo nyo kasi ma-babankrupt yun sister company. syempre aalma ka din, kasi nag-perform well naman kayo to make your company stable.
    agree with this one.. by propping up a sinking ship, its likely na madamay din yung tutulong sa paglubog.

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    #19
    [quote=artpogi;686800]I have a friend who works for a publishing firm and they were told that their company is going bankcrupt and they will not get any severance (?) pay/benefits because of the bankruptcy. Dahil wala na nga pera eh.

    Sir artpogi nd p b surething na magfofold-up? i suggest he file his resignation....just to make sure n may makkuha sha.....maybe nagfile p lang ang company ng bankruptcy and nde pa lang to na GaGrant...Once n na grant na yan...i think wla cla talagang makkuha....

  10. Join Date
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    #20
    Resignation doesn't entitle you to the same benefits as lay-off. If you're laid-off, depending on the circumstances, the company owes you severance pay.

    If you resign... sorry.

    Ang pagbalik ng comeback...

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