INT’L SCHOOL ALLIANCE OF EDUCATORS (ISAE) v. QUISUMBING

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Petitioners work under private respondent International School. The school hires both local and foreign hires. Foreign hires are granted with more benefits and higher salary. Respondent says this is because of dislocation factor and limited tenure.

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LABOR1. INTL SCHOOL ALLIANCE OF EDUCATORS (ISAE) v.QUISUMBINGFACTS: Petitioners work under private respondent International School. The school hires both local and foreign hires. Foreign hires are granted with more benefits and higher salary. Respondent says this is because of dislocation factor and limited tenure. Petitioners contested the difference in salary rates between foreign and local hires. They claim that it is discriminatory to Filipinos and it constitutes racial discrimination.HELD: There is violation of equal protection. Equal pay for equal work, persons who work with substantially equal qualifications, skillsm effort, and responsibility under similar conditions should be paid similar salaries. If an employer accords the same rank and position, the presumption is that they perform equal work. Here, both groups have similar functions which they perform under similar conditions. There is no evidence that foreign hires perform 25% more efficient than local hires. The dislocation factor and tenure are properly accorded by the benefits they received.International School (IS) pays its teachers who are hired from abroad, or foreign-hires, a higher salary than its local-hires, whether the latter are Filipino or not (most are Filipino, but some are American). It justifies this under the dislocation factor that foreigners must be given a higher salary both to attract them to teach here, and to compensate them for the significant economic disadv

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