Friday, December 02, 2011

NASECO Guards Association – PEMA vs. National Service Corporation, G.R. No. 165442, August 25, 2010.

Labor case; due process; reevaluation. A reevaluation is a process by which a person or office (in this case the DOLE secretary) revisits its own initial pronouncement and makes another assessment of its findings. In simple terms, to reevaluate is to take another look at a previous matter in issue. From a procedural standpoint, a reevaluation is a continuation of the original case and not a new proceeding. The evidence, financial reports and other documents submitted by the parties in the course of the original proceeding are to be visited and reviewed again. A reevaluation does not necessitate the introduction of new materials for review nor does it require a full hearing for new arguments. Hence, failure to order the presentation of new evidence in the reevaluation of an Order is not a violation of due process. NASECO Guards Association – PEMA vs. National Service Corporation, G.R. No. 165442, August 25, 2010.

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