Annual Establishment Report on Wages (Labor Advisory No. 09 Series of 2022)
Annual submission of a verified itemized listing of their labor component below managerial level of all private establishments
Pursuant to Article 124 of the Labor Code, as amended by Republic Act No. 6727, all private establishments are required to submit an annual report on “a verified itemized listing of their labor component, specifying the names of their workers and employees below the managerial level, including learners, apprentices and disabled/handicapped workers who were hired under the terms prescribed in the employment contracts, and their corresponding salaries and wages.
All private establishment are required to register and utilize the online portal of the Annual Establishment Report on Wages through https://annualwagereport.nwpc.dole.gov.ph/.
For the Calendar year 2021, the submission of report containing the previously mentioned details shall be submitted online from April 11, 2022 until June 30, 2022. The annual submission of the report shall not be later than every January 31 of the year that follows.
This Labor Advisory implements the above-mentioned provision for the monitoring of labor standards in relation to wages.
Attached herewith is a copy of Labor Advisory No. 09 Series of 2022 for your perusal.
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