No Backwages Rule

Jurisprudential law, however, recognizes several exceptions to the “no backwages rule,” to wit: when the employees were illegally locked to thus compel them to stage a strike; when the employer is guilty of the grossest form of ULP; when the employer committed discrimination in the rehiring of strikers refusing to readmit those against whom there were pending criminal cases while admitting nonstrikers who were also criminally charged in court; or when the workers who staged a voluntary ULP strike offered to return to work unconditionally but the employer refused to reinstate them. (G.R. 158075, June 30, 2006)

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