We all know that there is no such thing as perfect job nor a perfect employer, but when our bosses treat us fairly with respect and dignity, then we could say that we almost landed a perfect job regardless of the salary or work hours required.
This is what 19-years-old Charity Mendoza thought; she sacrificed living away from her family to work as a waitress in Manila. She thought that she found a perfect boss who gave a job with free lodging, so in return, he treated him like his own father. But little did Charity knew that his boss has hidden motives on her.
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Charity seeks the help of veteran broadcaster Raffy Tulfo to complain her boss Joel Romblon who would often molest her by touching her private parts and even attempting to let his manhood touch Charity’s butt.
When the program contacted the Pastaholics owner and manager, he denied all the accusation even if some of Charity’s co-workers were also present to testify against him.
Charity said that she failed to confront Joel about the abuse since she is afraid of him. Other restaurant employees also said that Joel is not treating them fairly as the latter would often curse them when they commit a simple mistake and not giving them an over-time fee when they work beyond required hours.
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The program then contacted Department of Labor and Employment Undersecretary Joel Maglunsod who said that they will investigate the improper labor practice of the said restaurant owner.
Tulfo’s team also assisted Charity in filing a necessary criminal case against Joel. Watch the full story below:
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Posted by Raffy Tulfo in Action on Thursday, May 24, 2018