THE Social Security System (SSS) has instructed six employers in Dagupan City and Calasiao to explain their failure to remit social-security collections from their employees.
Issued “show cause orders” by the SSS were V Medina/Venacios Leather (for ₱351,420.70 worth of delinquent remittances), RMR Beauty, Wellness (₱208, 254.90), Greenmont Systems International (₱93,781.80), Rachel Santos/R&T Gen Mdse, Adriano’s Restaurant & Bar (₱28, 456.80) and Alberto Galvan Ilumin/HYD Trading (₱17, 672.03).
All six were also required to register their business activities with SSS and to report their employees.
Another employer, Hanie Jane O. Dominisac, was served a ‘final demand letter’ requiring her to register with SSS and to pay ₱55,486.53 representing her delinquency.
The PUNCH has not been able to get the side of the employers tagged by the SSS.
The SSS conducted a second provincial leg of its intensified collection campaign against delinquent employers here on May 4.
Under its “Run After Contribution Evaders” (RACE) Campaign, SSS issues show cause orders to delinquent employers to remind them of their responsibilities under the Social Security Act of 1997.
SSS president and chief executive officer Emmanuel F. Dooc said the six delinquent employers are “guilty of non-remittance of SSS contributions of their employees and non-registration for SSS coverage”.
“These two are the most common violations of employers under the SS Law. Despite continuous reminder of their responsibilities, there are still employers who willfully and deliberately evade their obligations under the law,” said Dooc.
“RACE is a campaign designed to instill awareness of employer obligation, exact employer compliance and to facilitate apprehension and filling of cases against non-compliant and delinquent employers in violation of the SS Law,” said Dooc. (SSS)
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