When I started working with my current company they offered me this “ offer letter” stating my salary breakdown, and benefits. When my “Company contract” was ready and offered for me to sign as I reviewed all the details, everything stated on my “offer letter” was there, so I automatically signed on the other hand the “Labor Contract” was a bit different tho the salary breakdown was same but the benefits are disregarded such as vacation ticket allowance and so on. Knowing this “labor contract” is mandated by the government I ignored the difference between those contracts and signed it anyways. Past forward to the present, now my Company decreases all employees salary due to poor business and give new “offer letters” to be signed by those who will agree with the new salary package and benefits but as of now my company is still not releasing a new “company contract” updated with the new salary package stated on the new offer letter as well as our “new labor contract” which will state all the changes. My question is, because my employment is still on the first and the old “labor and company contract” and my company still didn’t update us with the new contracts, tho I signed with the “new offer letter” am I still legally entitled with the benefits of the old contract? How legally reliable is the offer letter? If there is circumstances that I will not renew my employment, which of the contracts must be used for the calculation of my end of service payments. Please note that my company decreases the salary and the benefits on the new offer letter.
Much appreciated for any legal advice and insights.