Types of Employees under the Labor Code
any union or association of employees which exists in whole or in part for thepurpose of collective bargaining with employers concerning terms and conditions of employment.
Legitimate Labor Organization
any labor organization which is duly registered with Department of Labor and Employment; the term includes a local/chapter directly chartered by a legitimate federationor national union which has been duly reported to the Department in accordance with Section 2 Rule VI,Book V, IRR of LC.
any labor organization whose formation, function or administration has been assistedby any act defined as ULP under the Labor Code.
a legitimate labor organization whether or not employed by the employer.
includes any controversy or matter concerning:1.
Terms or conditions of employment; OR2.
Association or representation of persons in negotiating, fixing, maintaining, changing orarranging the terms and conditions of employment.Regardless of whether the disputants stand in the proximate relation of employer and employee.Test: Depends on whether it involves or concerns terms, conditions of employment, or representation.Even the question of employer-employee relationship can be considered a labor dispute.
Types of labor Disputes
Labor Standards Disputesa.
Labor Relations Disputesa.
Organizational right dispute/unfair labor practiceb.
Contract administration or personnel policy disputese.
Employment tenure disputes