• Labor Law (2021)
  • ₱580.00
  • by:  Judge Recaredo Barte

    • Softbound (₱580.00)
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    • Publisher: Central Book Supply, Inc.
    • ISBN: 978-621-02-1071-2
    • No. of Pages: 206
    • Size: 6 x 9
    • Edition: 2021




    • Description:

      Despite the overflowing copies of books and review materials dealing on labor law in various bookstores countrywide, there still is a wide gap existing that necessitates for a more comprehensive and thorough learning of our labor laws, which should help fine-tune the present circuitous and sluggish settlement of disputes between the labor sector and employers in this country. In fact, more serious study on the faultless application of our labor laws has become no laughing matter, in the light of the inclusion of Labor Law among the eight subjects that a candidate for the bar examination ought to hurdle, if he/she desires that his/her name can be emblazoned in the Roll of Attorneys of the High Court. The recent result of a scanty 25% bar passers out of more than 6,000 candidates in the 2018 Bar Examinations, forebodes an inadequate knowledge of our labor laws.






    • Labor Law (2021)
    • by:  Judge Recaredo Barte
    • Publisher: Central Book Supply, Inc.
    • ISBN: 978-621-02-1071-2
    • No. of Pages: 206
    • Size: 6 x 9
    • Edition: 2021

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    Description:

    Despite the overflowing copies of books and review materials dealing on labor law in various bookstores countrywide, there still is a wide gap existing that necessitates for a more comprehensive and thorough learning of our labor laws, which should help fine-tune the present circuitous and sluggish settlement of disputes between the labor sector and employers in this country. In fact, more serious study on the faultless application of our labor laws has become no laughing matter, in the light of the inclusion of Labor Law among the eight subjects that a candidate for the bar examination ought to hurdle, if he/she desires that his/her name can be emblazoned in the Roll of Attorneys of the High Court. The recent result of a scanty 25% bar passers out of more than 6,000 candidates in the 2018 Bar Examinations, forebodes an inadequate knowledge of our labor laws.