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Labor Day: More than 98,000 workers entered the payroll between January and April

Labor Day: More than 98,000 workers entered the payroll between January and April

The National Superintendence of Labor Inspection (Sunafil) reported that a total of 98,691 workers entered the payroll during the first four months of 2023, thanks to the work of labor inspection, guidance, technical assistance, sending dissuasive letters to companies and the use by workers of the ‘Verifica tu Chamba’ application.

A few days after the commemoration of International Labor Day, the supervisory body highlighted that this group of workers began to enjoy social benefits, such as pension insurance —in the ONP or in the AFP— and health insurance for them and their families. .

The workers who abandoned informality belong, for the most part, to the sectors of agriculture (29,808), real estate services (17,307), manufacturing industries (11,901), education (8,547), wholesale and retail trade (6,995) and construction ( 6,324).

Likewise, by geographical areas, Metropolitan Lima leads with 64,821 new workers incorporated into the payroll, followed by La Libertad (11,017), Ica (4,397), Piura (2,222) and Callao (1,938).

Sunafil: how much should I be paid if I work on May 1?

Sunafil reminded the workers that working on May 1 implies a payment for the holiday (already included in the monthly remuneration), another for the work carried out and an additional amount, equivalent to a surcharge of 100% of the remuneration corresponding to the work done.

“Keep in mind that, if you are in private activity and you work in person or remotely on May 1 and you will not be granted a substitute day of rest, your employer must pay you 3 payments at the end of the month,” he said in a statement.

If the employer grants a day of rest in substitution of the holiday worked, the worker will no longer receive any additional amount. And in case the day of rest is this Monday, May 1?

“If you rest, your employer will grant you two payments: one for your rest day and another for the holiday. But if you work, you will receive 4 payments: one for the rest day (already included in your monthly salary), another for the holiday, in addition, another for the work carried out and, finally, an additional amount equivalent to a surcharge of 100% of the remuneration corresponding to the work carried out”, said Sunafil.

Sunafil: where can I report my employer?

To make a labor query to Sunafil, the worker can contact through the link: https://aplicativosweb7.sunafil.gob.pe/si.sunafilLinea/#/principal or by calling 390 2800 option 1 or toll free 0800 16872.

If you want to make a complaint, you can go to the headquarters in Lima: Av. Salaverry 655, Jesús María or the Municipality of Metropolitan Lima, located at Av. Arenales 815, Lima. Sunafil has a presence in all 26 regions of the country.

Source: Larepublica

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