First-and-Second Notice Rule

Salon notified in writing about the charges against her, she was given a reasonable opportunity to explain her side; she was also called to an investigation where, again, she had the opportunity to explain why she should not be dismissed. She was only dismissed after the conclusion of the investigation and after she had been given a second notice in writing that she was being terminated as a faculty member of the school. In short, she has nothing to complain about in terms of the process she underwent that led to her dismissal. (G.R. No. 174141; June 26, 2009)

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