ADVANCED Work-From-Home Law (Batch 02)
Date, Time & Location
About The Event
The entire Luzon island has been placed under extended "Enhanced Community Quarantine" by President Rodrigo R. Duterte due to the CoVid-19 outbreak. He also declared a State of Calamity for a period of 6 months throughout the Philippines. He was granted Emergency Powers by the Philippine Legislature under the Republic Act No. 11469 (or "Bayahihan to Heal as One Act") to address the State of Public Health Emergency.
Many establishments were required to suspend operations or operate under work-from-home (WFH) arrangements.
RA 11165 or the Telecommuting Act governs the relationship between employers and telecommuting employees.
However, not all WFH workers are telecommuting employees. Some are freelancers or independent contractors.
Telecommuting employees can be further classified into field personnel, workers paid based on results, managerial employees, officers and members of a managerial staff, and rank-and-file employees working remotely.
Learn how to hire, pay, control and fire WFH workers. Learn how to comply with data privacy and occupational safety and health standards for WFH workers.
Join us in an online learning event (webinar) on the law and best practices of work-from-home arrangements as we wait out this extended "lockdown" and practice "strict social distancing" to prevent the spread of the Corona Virus contagion.
This webinar is hosted and facilitated by Atty. PoL Sangalang and Atty. Marvyn Gaerlan, co-founders of the Sangalang & Gaerlan, Business Lawyers.
The BASIC COURSE has been running in several batches, the upcoming ones are as follows:
BATCH 06 - April 20, 2020 - Monday - 1:00pm to 5:00pm (Maximum of 95 participants)
BATCH 07 - To Be Announced - (Maximum of 95 participants)
The ADVANCED COURSE will also run in several batches, as follows:
BATCH 02 - April 22, 2020 - Wednesday - 1:00pm to 5pm (Maximum of 95 participants)
BATCH 03 - To Be Announced - (Maximum of 95 participants)
The Basic Course is a HIGHLY RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE for the Advanced Course.
Basic Course Outline:
1. Independent Contractors (Freelancers) as Work-From-Home (WFH) Workers
2. Field Personnel as WFH Workers
3. Employees Paid By Results as WFH Workers
4. Managerial Employees / Officers and Members of the Managerial Staff as WFH Workers
5. Telecommuting Employees (Employees Working Remotely)
Advanced Course Outline:
1. Occupational Safety & Health Standards for Telecommuting Employees (TE)
2. Data Privacy Compliance for TE
3. Rules on Hours of Work for TE
4. Security of Tenure and Procedural Due Process for TE
*After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about paying for the webinar.*
Welcome to Sangalang & Gaerlan, Business Lawyers Webinars!
We help business owners, executives, managers, supervisors and human resource professionals navigate the Philippine regulatory environment.
Our chief strategist, Attorney Apollo X.C. S. Sangalang ("Atty. PoL"), designs and delivers customized seminars and workshops for all types of organizations.
Atty. PoL is a business lawyer and labor law coach with at least 25 years of experience in Philippine labor and employment laws. He and his team of lawyers and paralegals render consulting and training services.
Atty. PoL and Atty. Marvyn co-founded the Sangalang & Gaerlan Business Lawyers, a law firm specializing in business law and labor law, based in Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines.
Aside from being a business law and labor law specialist, Atty. Marvyn is also a seasoned litigation attorney, a data privacy compliance advisor, and an occupational safety & health lawyer.
"Labor Law Made Easy" is a registered trademark of the Sangalang & Gaerlan Business Lawyers.
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We do NOT give any guarantee or assurance as to any result or outcome from watching and listening to our videos.
We therefore recommend that you seek the professional advice of a reputable and trusted lawyer.
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