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Labour formalization and declining inequality in Argentina and Brazil in the s: A dynamic approach Roxana Maurizio* February International Labour Office _____ * Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento and CONICET, Argentina. For further enquiries, please contact the author at [email protected] UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN DEPARTMENT OF SOCIOLOGY COURSE COMPARATIVE INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS (MIR ) TOPIC LABOUR REFORMS IN BRAZIL AND CHILE (A COMPARATIVE STUDY) A PAPER SUBMITTED TO THE DEPT OF SOCIOLOGY BY GROUP 4 Adepoju Janet Oluwatosin Ayangbemi Olusola Temitope Dagunduro Adebukola . industrial relations systems in Argentina, Brazil and Mexico. The author argues that the main feature of the industrial relations system of the three countries is that the law, not collective bargaining, has played the major role in regulating state, labour and capital relations. Labor Relations Argentina and Brazil require employers to join a union as soon as the company’s articles of incorporation are filed and even before hiring staff or opening for business.
Chile: Employment & Labour Laws and Regulations ICLG - Employment & Labour Laws and Regulations - Chile covers common issues in employment and labour laws and regulations – terms and conditions of employment, employee representation and industrial relations, discrimination, maternity and family leave rights and business sales – in 51 jurisdictions. Labor reform in Brazil was approved on J , amending several articles of the Labor Code and Laws 6,/ (temporary employment), 8,/90 (severance fund) and 8,/ (social. “strategic partnerships” with Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Mexico, Peru, Uruguay and Venezuela. Diplomacy Beijing’s diplomatic overtures in Latin America underpin China’s economic activities and help it to institutionalize its engagement in the region and garner support in international fora. Brazil and Argentina have a complex relationship, which can be best described as "wavering", or "flickering", as had Professor Miriam Saraiva described in her book "Encontros e Desencontros: o lugar da Argentina na política externa brasileira". Flourishing economic integration and military cooperation are only the tip of the iceberg.
Laws on Collective Labour Relations Separate regulations address respectively trade unions, collective bargaining, settlement of collective labour disputes and strikes. Whereas trade unions were formed in Argentina as early as the XIX th Century, no specific regulation was adopted in this field until , when Decree no. was issued. 6. “Labour book” Employers are required to maintain a labour book containing details of all employees including name, marital status, job description and salary. Employers must register all employees in the labour book within one month of employment beginning. Failure to register can expose an employer to a compensation claim by the. Argentina. Funes de Rioja & Asociados. Funes de Rioja & Asociados. Brazil. Veirano Advogados. Veirano Advogados. Chile. Brazil and beyond. Read the article. Restructuring & Labour Relations ; Search. Our team members. work as one to meet. your needs. General Summary of Labor Rights in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, and Venezuela Baker & McKenzie Follow this and additional works at: Thank you for downloading an article from [email protected] Support this valuable resource today!