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TRANS-ASIA PHILS. V.

NLRC 2ND Issue: X


GR NO. 118289 | DECEMBER 13, 1999 X
KAPUNAN, J.
CBELGIRA | GROUP 4 DISPOSITIVE:
WHEREFORE, premises considered, the
PETITONERS: TRANS-ASIA PHILS. EMPLOYEES Resolutions of the NLRC, dated 23 November
ASSOCIATION (TAPEA) and ARNEL GALVEZ, 1993 and 13 September 1994, are hereby
AFFIRMED with the MODIFICATION that
RESPONDENTS: NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS TransAsia is hereby ordered to adjust its divisor
COMMISSION, TRANS-ASIA (PHILS.) and ERNESTO to 287 days and pay the resulting holiday pay in
S. DE CASTRO arrears brought about by this adjustment
starting from 30 June 1987, the date of effectivity
TOPIC: Holiday Pay: Divisor as Factor of E.O. No. 203. SO ORDERED.

CASE SUMMARY:

TERMS:
x

PRECEDENTS:
(OPTIONAL)

FACTS:
In 1988, Trans-Asia Philippines Employees
Association (TAPEA), the duly-recognized collective
bargaining agent of the rank-and-file employees of
Trans-Asia entered into a Collective Bargaining
Agreement (CBA) with their employer.
The CBA, effective from April 1 1988 up to March 31
1991, provided for payment of holiday pay with a
stipulation that if an employee is permitted to work
on a legal holiday, the said employee will receive a
salary equivalent to 200% of the regular daily wage
plus a 60% premium pay.
Despite such the conclusion of the CBA, an issue was
still left unresolved with regard to the claim of
TAPEA for payment of holiday pay covering the
period from January 1985 up to December 1987. As
such, the parties underwent preventative mediation
meetings to settle such disagreement. Ultimately,
they were unable to arrive at an amicable settlement.

ISSUES:
WON x
WON x

RULING: X

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