LABORLAW.PH is a resource for Philippine labor laws in the workplace.
The site aims to increase awareness and application of Philippine labor laws in the workplace to foster industrial peace among stakeholders, the employer and the employee, the client and the independent contractor, as well as the general public as benefactors of the goods and services in the marketplace.
To increase awareness and application of Philippine Labor Laws in the workplace
- To build a knowledgebase of Philippine labor laws, regulations, and jurisprudence;
- To provide legal education to both employers and employees; and,
- To extend resources and references for improving human resource practice.
LABORLAW.PH is a non-profit advocacy aimed at increasing awareness and application of Philippine labor law in the workplace. The content is free to access with no advertising or any other promotion to ensure that the supporters and readers can focus on learning and understanding the discussions.
All contents herein are the statements or opinions of the author only and do not reflect that of any organization he may be connected. All information is for educational and general information only. These should not be taken as professional legal advice or opinion. Please consult a competent lawyer to address your specific concerns.
Not a complaint center
LABORLAW.PH is not a complaint center. If you have labor law complaints or issues, please raise them at the proper venue or channels, such as the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE), the National Labor Relations Commission (NLRC), or the National Conciliation and Mediation Board (NCMB), whichever may apply to your case.