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Off-site employment aprub sa Kamara

Off-site employment aprub sa Kamara

INAPRUBAHAN ng Kamara sa pangalawang pagbasa ang pagpapa­hin­tulot sa mga empleya­do sa pribadong sektor na magtrabaho sa labas ng opisina sa pamamagitan ng “telecommuting.”

Ipinaliwanag sa House Bill 7402, o Tele­com­muting Act, ang “telecommuting” ay “a flexible work arrangement that allows an employee in the private sector to work from an alternative workplace with the use of telecommunication and/or computer techno­lo­gies.”

Sa ilalim ng nasabing panukala, ang pagkaka­sunduan ng mga emplo-y­er at mga empleyado ay kabibilangan ng com­pensa­ble work hours, minimum number ng work hours, overtime, rest days at karapatan sa leave benefits.

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“The bill mandates the employer to ensure the telecommuting employ­ees are given the same treatment as that of com­parable employees work­ing at the employer’s premises,” ayon sa panu­ka­la.

“Moreover, the em­ployees shall have the same or equivalent workload and perfor­mance standards as those comparable workers at the employer’s premises.”

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Sa nasabing panu­kala, inaatasan ang De­part­ment of Labor and Employment na magbuo ng pilot program sa piling industriya na tatagal nang hindi lalagpas sa tatlong taon.

“The said agency shall be responsible for base-lining, scoping and profiling research work prior to implementation, regular quarterly monito­ring, and evaluation. At the end of the program, the DOLE shall submit a report to Congress on its findings,” dagdag sa panukala.

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Sinabi ni Camarines Sur 2nd District Rep. Luis Villafuerte, may-akda ng panukala, ang pagbubuo ng alternatimong “modes” ng pagta­trabaho “is very timely in light of the worsening traffic situation in Metro Manila and the increasingly unpre­dictable weather.”

“More and more employers have expand­ed the traditional mode of on-site work to the adopt­ion of flexible working arrangements such as the compressed workweek and telecommuting, among others,” aniya.

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