Complete guide to hiring employees in the Philippines. From taxation to salary standards, here's everything you need to know about having employees in the Philippines.
All full-time female employees are entitled to up to 105 days of paid maternity leave as per the laws of the Philippines. An employee who qualifies as a solo parent will be granted an additional 15 days of maternity leave. The period of maternity leave shall be inclusive of any holiday(s) that fall within the period of maternity leave. Maternity leave is available to eligible Philippines-based employees regardless of nationality or marital status.
Male employees are entitled to seven days of parental leave as long as the following conditions are met:
Benefits are given to employees left alone with the responsibility of parenthood. The benefit applies to all solo parents. The benefit consists of seven working days of leave credits with full pay. The employee is required to obtain a Solo Parental ID from the DSWD.
If a woman has had a complicated delivery requiring surgery, they are entitled to two months of additional time off.
Emerhub's employer of record service allows you to hire anyone in the Philippines with minimum bureaucracy. Your employees will be formally on our payroll while working entirely for your company.
No need to set up a local company in the Philippines. You manage your employee, we take care of taxes, local HR matters, etc.