If your main goal is incorporation, our Build, Operate and Transfer model is designed to help you establish a flexible offshore operation to support growth, and facilitate a smooth transition as you move to your own incorporated business.
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Full flexibility to maximize business results.
With our flexible offshore outsourcing solutions, you can scale at the speed your business requires, while improving operational efficiency, reducing cost, and minimizing risks, as you work towards business incorporation.
Highly skilled talent to drive business success.
We partner with you to build and manage your dedicated offshore team to suit your business requirements. Our specialized professional recruitment process ensures that we only endorse the most qualified candidates that perfectly match your job specifications and company culture.
Future-proof your business. Build your offshore team today.
Frequently Asked Questions to help you with your offshore staff leasing requirements
Generally, what is the rule on wages?
Under Philippine law, wages are remunerations or earnings for services given. Employers and employees may agree on rate but should not fall below the minimum wages set by the Regional Tripartite Wages and Productivity Boards (RTWPB} which has authority over the place of work. You can find the rate of minimum wage by going to the website of the National Wages and Productivity Commission (NWPC) http://www.nwpc.dole.gov.ph/rtwpb.html.
The pay of employees is intended to be given whole to the employee in Philippine legal tender. So, while payment by check and through automated teller machines (ATMs) are allowed, vouchers, promissory notes and gift certificates are not. Deductions from employee wages are generally frowned upon with only a few allowed by law including income tax, contributions to social welfare agencies such as SSS (Social Security System) and Pag-lbig, and union dues under appropriate agreements.
What are the normal hours of work of an employee?
The normal hours of work of an employee shall not exceed 8 hours a day and shall have a maximum of 40 hours a week. If made to work more than 40 hours, staff are entitled to Overtime Pay, which is at least a 25% premium charged on the hourly rate for the overtime worked, based on an ordinary day.
Can the normal hours be less than 8?
Yes. The law sets a maximum number of hours but does not prohibit work done less than eight hours. Thus, part-time work is allowed and pay corresponding to the actual hours worked will be paid.
Is it possible to provide a medical benefit for the employees?
Yes. Aside from the government-mandated Philhealth contribution, Satellite Office supplies added healthcare insurance for all employees as well as dependents where approved.