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Minister Salas: We will continue working to resume dialogue with business associations

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The head of the Ministry of Labor and Employment Promotion (MTPE), Alejandro Salas, affirmed this afternoon that he will continue working to resume dialogue with business associations, so that they return to the National Labor Council (CNTPE).

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The will for dialogue and the will for rapprochement and consensus will always exist and we will not give up on the fact of being able to achieve that goal and we expect, of course, from the business side, that good will and that predisposition”, he commented during his participation in the Labor and Social Security Commission of the Congress of the Republic.

In this sense, he highlighted that during the last one he held a meeting with members of the ILO, with the aim that the entity serves as a mediator between the business representatives and the MTPE to resume the dialogue “and of course, from that to be able to convene to the unions”.

The representatives of the business sector suspended their participation in the National Labor Council after the MTPE, through Supreme Decree No. 014-2022-TR, modified the Regulations of the Law on Collective Labor Relations, thus strengthening freedom of unionization of employers.

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The employers demand that this rule, together with Supreme Decree No. 001-2022-TR, previously issued, and which regulates labor outsourcing, be repealed to return to the CNTPE.

In this regard, Salas mentioned that against the decree on outsourcing, so far, about 150 legal actions have been filed; as well as administrative actions in Indecopi due to a bureaucratic barrier to market access. Given this, he stressed that from his portfolio they will continue to work in favor of the workers.

Source: Larepublica

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