Univet Agricultural Products, Inc. Sometime inUnivet Agricultural Products, Inc. Univet employed Edgardo B. Alcazaren as a casual employee performing the work of a sales representative in Capiz and Aklan. Over time, he was promoted to different positions. In Novemberhe was promoted as sales supervisor in the West Visayas Area.
Alcazaren failed to attend the meetings.
On July 20,Savella issued a Memorandum 8 requiring Alcazaren to explain, in writing, within 48 hours from notice thereof why no disciplinary sanction should be imposed on him for his failure to attend the conference despite notice. On July 27,the Personnel Committee issued a Memorandum 9 requiring Alcazaren to explain within 48 hours why he should not be meted disciplinary actions for his failure to comply with the July 16 and 20, Memoranda of Savella.
On August 5,Alcazaren submitted his written explanation. He alleged that he received notice of the July 15, meeting in Iloilo City only on July 11, ; he immediately contacted Baylon by long distance, who advised him to just try and catch up and attend the meeting even after the burial.
He narrated that he arrived in Iloilo City on July 15, at around 7: He left the meeting to avoid further complications. He explained that he failed to attend the July 16, meeting because the burial of his grandmother was reset to July 17, He informed Ernie Poral that he Company overview univet agricultural products to attend the burial of his grandmother.
He averred that he should not be faulted for his failure to submit his explanation to the July 20, Memorandum of Savella because he received it only on July 29, in Bacolod City when it was given to him by his housemaid.
However, Alcazaren failed to turn over the vehicle to Dr. The Personnel Committee issued a Memorandum 14 to Alcazaren, on August 14,requiring him to explain why he should not be disciplined for his unauthorized absences in his area from July, and August,and for his failure to turn over the company vehicle to Dr.
The Committee pointed out that under Page 1, Article A, Paragraph 1, subparagraph b of the Company House Rules, absence without leave AWOL for six consecutive working days is meted with the penalty of dismissal; and that under Article b of the Labor Code of the Philippines, gross and habitual neglect by the employee of his duties is also punishable by dismissal.
The Personnel Committee conducted an investigation of the matter and, on August 16,ruled that Alcazaren was guilty of an infraction. He was suspended for 15 days effective August, and September, and warned that a more severe penalty would be meted against him for future violations.
Labaco or to Univet. On September 3,Alcazaren informed Univet that he would be reporting to the East Visayas Area on September 6, after the expiration of his suspension, but that he will bring with him the service vehicle. He claimed that he had already acquired certain rights over the said car pursuant to existing company rules regarding his option to buy the same.
Univet also reiterated its directive for him to turn over the service vehicle to Ernie Poral or Rolly Banson, including the sample stocks and accountable forms in his possession. Labaco; worse, Alcazaren had the vehicle shipped to Cebu City.
In a Memorandum 21 dated September 6,the Personnel Committee ordered Alcazaren to appear before the Committee the following day to answer violations of the Company House Rules, particularly insubordination and continuous noncompliance with home office directives.
When he received the directive on September 7,Alcazaren had the service vehicle parked at the Unilab Depot compound in Mandaue City.
He was required to explain in writing within 5 days from receipt of said Memorandum why his services should not be terminated. In the meantime, he was further placed under preventive suspension effective September 16, to October 15, He claimed that he had not received the August 21, Order directing him to turn over the service vehicle because he was already suspended at the time.
He claimed that when Mr.
He also claimed that he advised Univet about his reporting to East Visayas Area after the expiration of his suspension on September 5, and that he held the service vehicle in his possession because he was under the impression that he had already acquired certain rights over it; when the service vehicle he shipped arrived in Cebu, he immediately placed the same in the possession of the security guard on duty at the Unilab Depot.NEW YORK, July 3, /PRNewswire/ -- leslutinsduphoenix.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue: Global Veterinary Vaccines.
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