Unhealthy workplace?

@babyEj (1525)
Philippines
May 23, 2010 9:31pm CST
Are you working in an unhealthy workplace? How would you say that you're working in unhealthy workplace? I'll be one year working in my office. Somehow, I am considered a bit old in this job. However, I discover new things around me everyday. Discovery that enable me to feel doubt and disloyal to the company. Anomalies were scavenge but proofs are somehow clearer that they violated a lot of employees' rights. Like tax exemption, updated contribution to insurance company like Philhealth and Social Security System, these are issues that became the food that everyone chewing. What are you going to do then if you're working such company like this?
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4 responses
• India
6 Jul 10
Well i have taught in colleges for 44 years, i can't say that as unhealthy, but in the past 20 years, the guys and girls have become bit uncontrolled..the new generation effect..may be.. Thanks for sharing. Welcome always. Cheers. Professor
• Philippines
8 Jun 10
babyEj, I think it is time for you to switch jobs. You deserve better than what you have now. As an employee we should know our rights and if the company is not willing to provide us what we are supposed to be provided, then they do not deserve our services. How much do you earn? If you are earning a little more than the minimum and your company is depriving you of your mandatory benefits, then leave. Find another job.
@p3ks626 (6550)
• Philippines
24 May 10
I think you'd better look for a new job and have an immediate resignation when you have found a new job already. lol I think that would be unfair for the company if you are going to resign and not give them notice. It serves them right for not treating you well. They'd get to have a taste of their own medicine.
@p3ks626 (6550)
• Philippines
24 May 10
I think you'd better look for a new job and have an immediate resignation when you have found a new job already. lol I think that would be unfair for the company if you are going to resign and not give them notice. It serves them right for not treating you well. They'd get to have a taste of their own medicine.