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The policy ‘no work, no pay’ is applicable to workers whose leave credits are used up, but needed to undergo quarantine because of COVID-19.
The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) announced that the ‘no work, no pay’ policy applies to workers who had consumed all of their leave credits, but needs to undergo quarantine due to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
Labor Undersecretary Ana Dione said in a report
that workers should follow the guidelines in case they truly have to go on quarantine. Health remains a priority, and their relationship with the company would be addressed later, she added.
At present, workers are entitled to a minimum of five days for sick leave credits in a year. Dione, in this matter, asks employers and businesses to be ‘kinder’ to their employees, and to take care of each, as the country still battles the ongoing pandemic.
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