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CORAZON JAMER petitioners, vs.



This complaint arose from the dismissal of the complainants Corazon Jamer and Cristina
Amortizido both were cashier of Isetann. They were both dismissed on the alleged ground of
dishonesty for incurring a shortage ofP15,353.78.
Complainants were asked to explain and they submitted their respective written
explanations for the shortage.
Respondents placed both complainants under preventivesuspension for the alleged
shortages. Thereafter, respondents conducted an administrative investigation. Finding the
explanation of the complainants to be unsatisfactory, respondent dismissed the complainants from
the service. Aggrieved, complainant instituted this present action .
The Labor Arbiter directed the respondents to reinstate complainants to service with full
backwages and without loss of seniority rights.
Isetann and John Go appealed the aforesaid decision to the NLRC. The NLRC found that the
complainants were validy dismissed for lack of confidence.
Whether NLRC is correct?

Yes. The failure of petitioners to report to management the aforementioned irregularities

constitute fraud or willful breach of the trust reposed in them by their employer or duly authorized
representative one of the just causes in terminating employment as provided for by paragraph (c),
Article 282 of the Labor Code, as amended.
WHEREFORE,the assailed decision of the National Labor Relations Commission in is hereby