Welcome to another entry for the Practical Advice series. This is a series of tips and advice sharing what I know about outsourcing, particularly, outsourcing to the Philippines.
The 13th Month Pay is something you hear often when planning to hire from the Philippines. What is it, exactly?
13th Month Pay-month pay is a benefit paid to employees in the Philippines each year. In Philippine labor laws, full-time employees are entitled to receive an additional payment equivalent to one-twelfth of the employee’s basic salary for the relevant calendar year.
Yes, it’s a required benefit if you have a business in the Philippines. How about when you don’t have a business but you do have employees, are you still required to pay it?
That’s what I’m going to discuss in this video. I’m going to answer these questions:
- Should you pay the 13th Month Pay?
- When should you pay it?
- Who should receive it?
- How much is it?
- Can you not pay it at all?
This video should clear things out about the 13th Month Pay for you.
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About John Jonas
John Jonas is a long-time outsourcing expert and the creator of OnlineJobs.ph.
Since 2005, John has taught hundreds of thousands of entrepreneurs how to profitably delegate to VAs in the Philippines (and get their lives back in the process).
With help from his own VAs based in the Philippines, John has created an outsourcing empire that allows him to work 17 hours/week and to spend most of his time with his wife and 5 kids.
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