A relative of mine is current working as a high ranked worker in a BPO industry. He was given a 5 day NTE because of his CV fraud due to failure to disclose previous employer (under Article 282).
This is his side of the story.
Employer 1 (current employer)
Employer 2 (previous employer)
JO (Job Offer)
CV (Curriculum vitae / Resume)
Early 2013, due to the nature of the his position and the time it takes to hire that said position, he applied in 2 companies. Employer 1 was not yet ready to take employers but entertaining applicants. On mid March, Employer 2 hired him. He completed the 6 months probation period but failed to meet standards. A couple of months after being jobless, he got a call from Employer 1 and was given a JO. However, Employer 1 did not asked for an updated CV on which he (given a benefit of a doubt) forgot to disclose the previous employer.
Points to consider:
1. Anything included on the CV are true but lacks 1 previous employer
2. Education, skills, and job description are met inside the CV
3. There is no impact on the company finances
4. Even if the employee failed to update CV, there is no impact towards his work ethics on the company (ie: tardiness, scorecards, co-worker relationship, DAs)
5. End of Contract was signed by both the Employer and Employee
6. Employee is nearing 2 years of employment in current company
7. Employee handled company finances (ie: prizes, team building funds) yet nothing is reporting on stealing/fraud
Given the facts stated above, would their be a chance to overturn the said sanction for termination?
Your timely inputs are greatly appreciated since he only has 5 days to reply and assess the situation.
Last Edit: 3 years 5 months ago by Martin. Reason: adding CV
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