Liability Of Foreign-Based Companies Hiring Philippine-based Workers Under Philippine Labour Laws

The Labor and Employment Practice Group, through Rashel Ann Pomoy, contributed an article for L&E Global which discusses the liability of foreign-based companies hiring Philippine-based workers under Philippine labour laws.

Published on 19 April 2024, the article delves into the emerging employment arrangements during the prevalence of the gig industry, freelancing, and independent contracting. Particularly, Rashel examined the obligations of foreign-based companies engaging Filipino workers under three common working arrangements: (1) through independent contractor agreements, (2) through a local subsidiary, and (3) through a local company acting as the employer.

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