Pagliban ng Walang Pahintulot (AWOL) | BPO

rr355urr355u Member PExer
Just curious.... Please share your thoughts guys..
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  • DJ_yAnDJ_yAn VCP PExer
    na hire parin kaya sila?!..

    pinapa explain parin ba ng isang call center ang isang agent na nalaman nilang nag AWOL? at titignan kung valid ang reason nila?

    the reason im asking this is that because my friend went AWOL dahil sa mga salary issues sa dati niyang center. ( didnt meet the basic salary,)

    hope to hear from you guys. thanks
  • maratsafin99maratsafin99 wala dead PExer
    nag awol ako sa alorica before I joined client logic.. actually habang nag aaply ako sa client nag cacalls pa rin ako sa alorica.. sinabi ko na i plan to go awol, they advise me to resign properly pero since wala naman akong contract sa alorica d na nila ako pinilit, siguro iba yung case pag talagang may contract.
  • coo|ragecoo|rage Member PExer
    nde. lagi akong nag-aawol. ambergris, sykes, enfrausa. ehehehe. im now with siemens na. m-hhire kp rin nman. yun nga lng, i didnt include enfra & sykes sa resume ko plus nde ko snabi na nag-awol ako. ehehehehe.
  • HansMonHansMon Conundrum PExer
    Mag ingat lang mga pare ko. Di lang agent ang palipat-lipat ng call center. Pati mga HR people, umiikot din. Kapag nakilala o natanddan kayo, baka timbrehan nila yung ibang call centers.

    If you plan to leave, do it properly. Don't burn bridges. The industry is small. Word gets around. Malay niyo, somewhere down the road, you might want to go back to your previous call center or they may want to rehire you but at a higher position pero dahil nag AWOL ka, sira chances mo.
  • kaningbrownkaningbrown Member PExer
    There's never a reason for going AWOL unless it's a matter of life and death. Anything less is unprofessional and unbecoming of a salaried man. Job hoppers are always the lowest type of workers, just a few words above the common criminal.
  • clark+kentclark+kent Man of Steel PExer
    Correct... just do it the right way... we're all professionals here... even if we are working a call ceter, and going on AWOL is something that is nothing less than unprofessional. Besides the time that you spent in the company can never be replaced... you can't turn back time... so make the most out of it and if you call it quits, then you have the proper way.... just a tip... :)
  • it's a normal practice being done by a lot of call center agents. though it is not proper to do this because you never know when one of those call centers do check up from your previous call center and check on you and it is also unprofessional if you do this. it shows immaturity and irresponsibility.
  • DJ_yAnDJ_yAn VCP PExer
    yeah, i know

    well, here's the story.

    my friend is receiving 4 to 5k every cut off. his basic salary is 14k + 1k for the allowance.

    it only shows how unprofessional that call center is, just to get even, even i convinced him to resign properly.. he went AWOL.

    sabagay, kung ginago ka..gaguhin mo din..
  • otakusenshiotakusenshi Member PEx Veteran ⭐⭐
    really? well it may be a case2case basis.. kasi if your basic salary is 14k and assuming 1k is non-taxable... so sa 7k na basic, tpos single status, approx. w./tax is 1020.75

    but that is just an est and don't qoute me on that wahehehe ;)

    anyway, if your friend wanted to leave the company, he could have just done it in a more responsible way... nagawa na nia so wala na tayo magagawa...

    the question is how will your friend be able to defend himself in the event he was questioned during the interview? will he tell everything or hide it? un lng po
  • HansMonHansMon Conundrum PExer
    DJ_yAn wrote: »

    sabagay, kung ginago ka..gaguhin mo din..

    That is never a justification for doing something unethical. In the end, ikaw pa din ang TALO. Your previous company may just decide to warn the other companies in your industry about you and make it difficult for you to find employment elsewhere.

    Sinong **** ngayon?
  • DJ_yAnDJ_yAn VCP PExer
    sabagay, no funny thng tax niya is only p65 pesos. haha weird nga e.

    anyway, yeah. mali nga rin naman ginawa niya..
  • pinoynetwitpinoynetwit Pasista at Utak Pulbura PExer
    Nasa Articles 284 and 285 po ng labor Code ang sagot sa katanungan ng thread na ito.

    Yes, you need to file your resignation. Hmmm naka 666 posts na pala ako sa PEX.
  • KnightofLetranKnightofLetran +Knight's Cross+ PExer
    Di ba pag nagawol ka, maraming kang absences. Pwede mo ring gawin ay pasok ka bukas, tapos absent ka kinabukasan.tapos pasok kananaman, tapos absent ka ng 3 days straight, ganun lang gawin mo palaging pattern .eh di ba sa mga call center companies, pag marami kanang absences, sila na ang magteterminate sayo. It's like you're forcing the company to terminate you when you do this. When a company terminates you, you dont have to pay for the bond and you're cleared, cause the company is the one who terminated the agreement. Unlike pag nag resign ka ng maayos, you will have to pay the bond if you're still under the agreement.Kaya lang naman nagaawol, para hindi magbayad ng bond.
  • DJ_yAnDJ_yAn VCP PExer
    yun lang. walang bond yung pinag awol`an nung kaibigan namin
  • pinoynetwitpinoynetwit Pasista at Utak Pulbura PExer
    May clauses na po sa mga companies na ang sadya o deliberate effort na pabagsakin ang performance ay sakop ng bond. I do have a lot of HR friends from BPOs and this is one of our favorite topic.

    Ang masasabi ko lang dyan...ay basahin niyo ang article 1409 ng civil code at art. 284 and 285 of the labor code. DUn kayo makakahanap ng legal na paraan para putulin ang employment unilaterally without worrying about any "resbak".

    Ano ba naman ang mag-file ng resignation na pirmado ng sup[check niyo yung pirma na totooo paka itanggi yun]..napakadali nun. andyan din ang email.

    Kung may reklamo kayo padalhan niyo ng email yung mga big bosses para masumbong yung mga lumoko sa inyo. Remember there is such a thing as a "cordon sanitaire".
  • DJ_yAnDJ_yAn VCP PExer
    pwede din ang email? diba dapat written?
  • KnightofLetranKnightofLetran +Knight's Cross+ PExer
    May clauses na po sa mga companies na ang sadya o deliberate effort na pabagsakin ang performance ay sakop ng bond. I do have a lot of HR friends from BPOs and this is one of our favorite topic.

    Ang masasabi ko lang dyan...ay basahin niyo ang article 1409 ng civil code at art. 284 and 285 of the labor code. DUn kayo makakahanap ng legal na paraan para putulin ang employment unilaterally without worrying about any "resbak".

    Ano ba naman ang mag-file ng resignation na pirmado ng sup[check niyo yung pirma na totooo paka itanggi yun]..napakadali nun. andyan din ang email.

    Kung may reklamo kayo padalhan niyo ng email yung mga big bosses para masumbong yung mga lumoko sa inyo. Remember there is such a thing as a "cordon sanitaire".

    Di ba, hindi naman lahat ng contract ng call centers ay may clause regarding dun sa deliberate effort.ang alam ko, citibank at accenture ang may clause na tulad nito.
  • DJ_yAnDJ_yAn VCP PExer
    teka, yung kaibigan namin walang bond or walang clause yung contact center niya
  • RedLion2001RedLion2001 DugongPuLa PExer
    DJ_yAn wrote: »
    yeah, i know

    well, here's the story.

    my friend is receiving 4 to 5k every cut off. his basic salary is 14k + 1k for the allowance.

    it only shows how unprofessional that call center is, just to get even, even i convinced him to resign properly.. he went AWOL.

    sabagay, kung ginago ka..gaguhin mo din..


    Pwedeng magtanong po, saang call center ito? Thanks
  • if he had no bond to worry about why did he go AWOL? most people who goes AWOL work in call centers that has a bond and that's basically the main reason why they don't resign properly is because of the fear of paying the bond hence they go AWOL.

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