Various unions in the Peruvian market ask to repeal the supreme decree published a few days ago by the Ministry of Labor and Employment Promotion (MTPE), which eliminates labor outsourcing in the neuralgic activities or business core of companies.
The groups that demand an end to this measure, also signed by President Pedro Castillo, are the National Confederation of Private Business Institutions (Confiep), the Association of Exporters (Adex), the National Society of Mining, Oil and Energy (SNMPE), the Lima Chamber of Commerce (CCL), the National Chamber of Tourism (Canatur), the National Society of Industries (SNI), Perucamaras, the Peruvian Factoring Association (Apefac), the Association of Microfinance Institutions of Peru (Asomif) and the National Guild of Carriers and Drivers, among others.
The unions allege that this regulation “restricts the possibility that the main activity of a business, in its entirety or a part of it, be entrusted to a third party”, which puts at risk “tens of thousands of jobs in the mypes”, within their respective items, as well as the progress of the formalization.
Likewise, they point out that it does not have the opinion of the ministries linked to the sectors committed to its scope, nor was it consulted in the National Labor Council.
In that sense, they propose to repeal it and convene the National Labor Council so that the authorities, unions and unions “have a technical dialogue that allows improving the working conditions and productivity of the companies.”
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