If it were me, I would hope someone would have the guts to say something.But the fact that she does not seem to be taking care of herself generally—hair, makeup, clothes, hygiene—makes me think maybe she just doesn’t care, or does not have the emotional strength to do so at the moment. I sought help from HR but got only links to articles (one of which said pointedly that HR people should refuse to handle these issues and kick them back to managers).People are also commenting on her unkempt and/or torn clothes (and not fashionably torn). She did not dress this way when her previous manager hired her; she seemed more pulled together then, and I don’t remember her smelling, either. If this lack of self-care is part of a bigger mental health problem, is it right for me to meddle?I think her self-esteem is shaky and I’m terrified of saying something that would make that worse.Other people like to accomplish goals and feel as if they are contributing to something larger than themselves, something important, an overarching vision for what they can create.Some people have personal missions they accomplish through meaningful work.For holiday, special day and rest day, an additional compensation equivalent to the rate for the first eight hours on a holiday or rest day plus at least 30% thereof.Assuming that the mininum wage rate is P250, how much is the overtime rate per hour?
Good so far—but then it went on to say the manager should suggest action steps (get a physical, see a dentist) and explain there will be “consequences” if the employee does not make headway. By critiquing their appearance or smell every day, or grilling them about whether they went to the doctor?But, all people work because the workplace provides something that you need from work.The something that you obtain from your work impacts your morale, your motivation, and the quality of your life.Every individual person has different motivations for working at a job.The reasons for working are as individual as the person.