Atty. Francesco C. Britanico received his Bachelor of Laws degree from the University of the Philippines in 2006. He graduated from the Ateneo de Manila University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Management majoring in Communications Technology Management, with a minor in International Business, in 2002.

His legal practice has been in litigation, family law, estate law, property and civil law, labor law, immigration law, administrative law, election law, constitutional law, criminal law, corporate law, and legal compliances.

Atty. Britanico has taught Property Law, Statutory Construction, Political Science and Introduction to Law in the Legal Studies program of the Lyceum of the Philippines University. He has also lectured on Political and Constitutional Law at the same university.

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Termination due to Loss of Trust (Theft, Fraud, etc.)

So, you’ve reason to believe that one of your cashiers in your Philippine office seems to have stolen some of her revolving fund. As an HR, you are considering termination. But can you terminate? Under what grounds and how do you do it? This article answers those questions and gives a summary of the important … Continue reading Termination due to Loss of Trust (Theft, Fraud, etc.)

Termination Due to Retrenchment

Business reverses happen to everyone. If these become severe enough, an employer may have to consider retrenching employees. But for legal as well as economic reasons, this is not a decision to be made lightly. Retrenchment in the Philippines is covered by Art 297 (formerly 282) of the Labor Code, the issuances of the Department … Continue reading Termination Due to Retrenchment

Termination due to AWOL, Tardiness or Abandonment

You’ve got an employee who’s frequently late and always absent on your hands, and are wondering if it’s possible to fire him under Philippine law. It is. I’ll explain below how and under what circumstances you need to do this. At the end of this post, you should have an idea of what the legal … Continue reading Termination due to AWOL, Tardiness or Abandonment

2018 Guide to Terminating Regularized Employees for the Philippine HR

If you are a HR practitioner in the Philippines, you know that it’s important to be familiar with the laws that regulate employee termination. While the laws grant that there are certain causes that lead to termination, they also protect an employee’s security of tenure. This requires that you know how to balance the needs … Continue reading 2018 Guide to Terminating Regularized Employees for the Philippine HR

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