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What happens pag nag AWOL?

Just curious.... Please share your thoughts guys..
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  • crimson25crimson25 Member PExer
    pag nag awol ka, it means, di ka makakakuha ng clearance sa company na pinag-awolan mo. thus, wala kang maipe-present na clearance sa next company na lilipatan mo. unless, di mo idedeclare sa resume mo yun, hehehe.

    kaya, kung nag awol ka, and you wanna declare that job in your resume, i suggest that you make peace with your previous company, file a proper resignation and do all the necessary stuff they require so you can get clearance from them. <<< yan ang thoughts ko hehehe
  • Lady AriadnaLady Ariadna Dark Czarina PExer
    Pano kung nag-pasa ka naman ng resignation letter pero hindi mo natapos yung pag-render mo ng 30 days? Anong mangyayari?
  • nightstalker_08nightstalker_08 Banned by Admin PExer
    hindi ka macclear sa company na pinasukan mo.. unless hindi mo ilalagay sa resume na nagwork ka dun.. para safe! but I recommend na magpass ka ng resignation letter 30 day notice (as mandated ng DOLE) para at least makahanap sila ng papalit sa iyo and work ethics na din on the part of the company.. siguro naman kahit parang impyerno ka na sa work na yun e tinanggap ka naman nila ng maayos di ba? unless puro ka kalokohan sa work na yun like nag NCNS ka (or basta bsta ka umabsent or No Call No Show) mga ganun. tsaka baka maging pangit na impression din sayo ng ibang companies un lalo na pag kukuha ka ng Certificate of Employment tapos nakalagay sa reason ng resignation mo e due to AWOL dba? dyahe sa part of the next company na papasukan mo..

    ang usual na nag A-AWOL e yung mga taong makapal ang mukha na parang underwear lang kung magpalit ng companies dahil sa dami ng reklamo (ex: Call Center Agents na gusto mataas ang sahod at benefits) bato bato sa langit ang tamaan, 3 pts. este wag magagalit. tsaka *** mga taong nahihiya nang pumasok dahil sa NCNS na hindi naman nila sinasadya.

    Sana kung mag-AAWOL ka.. wag mo na lagay sa resume mo na nagwork ka dun para safe. ok?

    :peace:: that's my opinion!
  • jinxxs17jinxxs17 Member PExer
    my experience naman sa first call center ko ay nung nagpasa ako ng resignation paper ko hindi tinanggap, immediate resignation yun kasi alam ko nmaan na pwede dahil marami ng gumawa nun. e di ako pinapayagan mag resign ng TL namin kasi yata eh babagsak ang metric nya, kaya nag awol/ncns ako. naka received ako ng letter of termination due to ncns. pero nabigyan naman ako ng clearance and certificate of employment after one month at wala naman naka indicate dun na due to awol/ncns ako. naka declare din yun sa resume ko na nag work ako dun sa company na yun and wala naman ako naging problem sa sumunod na work ko. di nga lang siguro ako pwede bumalik sa company na yun...
  • crimson25crimson25 Member PExer
    ^^hehe, good for you. ang nakakatakot lang kasi, if the company who'll be hiring you does extensive background checks and the like. if they find out kasi that you are terminated, i'm guessing, mag aalangan ang isang company na i-hire ang isang applicant. but, if you have a valid reason for what you did kaya ka tinerminate, and the company you transferred to is broad minded and understanding, then, as proven by you, matatanggap ka pa rin as long as nakakuha ka ng clearance from your previous company.

    but, in general, it's advisable talaga not to go awol para walang hassle sa paghanap ng next job. ;)
  • johnmaxwelljohnmaxwell Member PExer
    Depende sa company policy. I know of one case na nag-AWOL without finishing the required 30 days notice, dinemanda sya ng company with the grounds na naapektuhan yung operations due to lack of turnover.

    Nasa labor law kasi yung 30 days notice rule, although some companies only implement 15 days.

    Better to follow the rules na lang.
  • spiceboy!spiceboy! I bet PExer
    pwede nila ilagay yon sa COE mo....Failed to render 30 day notice etc etc. Ilalagay din nila sa 201 mo

    There are companies that would terminate you if you reached a certain number of days on AWOL. Ex. 5 days straight
  • Lady AriadnaLady Ariadna Dark Czarina PExer
    Ah ok, hehehe... Kasi ginawa ko na yun e. Hindi ko natapos yung 30 days. And hindi ko naman nilalagay sa resume ko na galing ako sa company na yun, to be safe.

    Dapat ba makaka-tanggap ka ng letter na terminated ka na kung hindi ka pumasok ng 5 days straight? Also, diba hindi mo na dina makukuha yung sweldo mo?
  • |wyatt||wyatt| Member ✭✭✭
    In terms of work ethic, I think it's better to file a formal resignation to your employer. If your TL did not allow you to resign, then you could have gone to the next level. You have your SMs, OMs, or better yet, go straight to your company's HR. HR and Operations sometimes oppose each other in terms of decisions.

    From what I know, if you have contributions to SSS via that company, then most likely it would be part of your records. Plus you also have the 201 File as an employee.

    Thus, if your next employer would make an extensive background check, they could go ahead and check it with your SSS previous employers.

    Bottom line is, better file a formal resignation than go on AWOL whether it's 30-day tenure or more.

    Now, if they're gonna ask why you did not include your previous company in your CV would be another thing.

    Just an opinion. Peace! ?
  • stupid_staffstupid_staff Member PExer
    What if they terminated you because of releasing of calls? Do I still get a COE and by the way what's a 201 file?
  • rr355urr355u Member PExer
    If nag AWOL ka ba sa isang company, does it mean na hindi ka na talaga makakabalik sa company na yon kahit sa ibang province ka pa mag.apply? What if you worked in a call center sa Visayas region at nag AWOL ka tas nag.apply ka ulit sa same na company pero nasa Luzon, mattrace pa rin ba nila na galing ka pala sa isang center nila kahit na hindi mo ideclare?
  • spiceboy!spiceboy! I bet PExer
    What if they terminated you because of releasing of calls? Do I still get a COE and by the way what's a 201 file?

    I think you will still get one but not sure though what would be written on it. 201 File is a repository of your records while you were with that company.
  • MilliardoMilliardo Team Valor ✭✭✭
    Pano kung nag-pasa ka naman ng resignation letter pero hindi mo natapos yung pag-render mo ng 30 days? Anong mangyayari?

    AFAIK you're still considered resigned, not AWOL, since you already gave the letter and I would assume you also signed the resignation form.
  • |wyatt||wyatt| Member ✭✭✭
    rr355u wrote: »
    If nag AWOL ka ba sa isang company, does it mean na hindi ka na talaga makakabalik sa company na yon kahit sa ibang province ka pa mag.apply? What if you worked in a call center sa Visayas region at nag AWOL ka tas nag.apply ka ulit sa same na company pero nasa Luzon, mattrace pa rin ba nila na galing ka pala sa isang center nila kahit na hindi mo ideclare?


    I would like to say yes, at least from the company that I'm into right now. CVG in Cebu and CVG in Ortigas would most likely have ONE connection, the same as eTelecare Cebu and eTelecare Clark for example.
  • |wyatt||wyatt| Member ✭✭✭
    Pano kung nag-pasa ka naman ng resignation letter pero hindi mo natapos yung pag-render mo ng 30 days? Anong mangyayari?

    AFAIK, technically, you're still associated with the company until the effectivity of your resignation, thus, if you submitted your letter January 1, and it's agreed that you need to render 30 days, then you are still with the company until January 30. Officially, you'd be out January 31.

    Hence, if you did not render the whole 30 days, and you decide not to go to work, it's still AWOL.

    Well, speaking from experience, I know an agent who's resigned but was terminated because he did not show up after in the 30-day grace period. They sent him an RTWO and NOT after not reporting to work.

    It's not an immediate resignation after all.:bop:
  • MilliardoMilliardo Team Valor ✭✭✭
    |wyatt| wrote: »
    AFAIK, technically, you're still associated with the company until the effectivity of your resignation, thus, if you submitted your letter January 1, and it's agreed that you need to render 30 days, then you are still with the company until January 30. Officially, you'd be out January 31.

    Hence, if you did not render the whole 30 days, and you decide not to go to work, it's still AWOL.

    Well, speaking from experience, I know an agent who's resigned but was terminated because he did not show up after in the 30-day grace period. They sent him an RTWO and NOT after not reporting to work.

    It's not an immediate resignation after all.:bop:

    It's a case-to-case basis: if you resigned due to health, AFAIK you're not obliged to render 30 days' notice as the company would be liable if anything happens to you, and no company would like that to happen. It also depends from company to company: some companies are strict on this, while others are quite complacent and will not mind for as long as you tender your resignation. Best thing to do is to know your company's policy regarding this matter--ask those who resigned before, ask your TL, ask HR.
  • Lady AriadnaLady Ariadna Dark Czarina PExer
    |wyatt| wrote: »
    Well, speaking from experience, I know an agent who's resigned but was terminated because he did not show up after in the 30-day grace period. They sent him an RTWO and NOT after not reporting to work.

    If you haven't received any letter or memo of sorts, are you considered terminated or resigned?
  • MilliardoMilliardo Team Valor ✭✭✭
    If you haven't received any letter or memo of sorts, are you considered terminated or resigned?

    As long as you don't receive any memo, then that's good. Give your resignation before you receive anything.
  • Lady AriadnaLady Ariadna Dark Czarina PExer
    Well, I gave my resignation letter signed by me, my TL and OM. Then I was able to render about 11 days. Then I stopped going to work and after that, I haven't received any phone calls, texts, letters or memos from them. So, am I considered resigned?
  • MilliardoMilliardo Team Valor ✭✭✭
    Well, I gave my resignation letter signed by me, my TL and OM. Then I was able to render about 11 days. Then I stopped going to work and after that, I haven't received any phone calls, texts, letters or memos from them. So, am I considered resigned?

    Depends. No memo, then I would think that you're good as resigned, but try to ask HR or your TL to be sure. If you're close to your TL and/or know someone from HR, then they should be able to fix your problem.
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