A few days ago, Supreme Decree No. 001-2022-TR was made official, promoted by the Ministry of Labor and Employment Promotion (MTPE)which puts an end to labor outsourcing in the core business of companies.
In this regard, in a statement, former heads of the MTPE, such as Christian Sánchez, Carlos Blancas and Jorge Villasante, and dozens of labor specialists recalled that, for 15 years, Law 29245 – which regulates outsourcing services – resulted in the precariousness labor links, given that the workforce of the contractors received lower remuneration and protection compared to their peers from the main companies.
Even on several occasions they did not receive profits, they rounded off the idea in relation to damage at the individual level.
At the collective level, outsourced workers were hindered in their right to form a union, strike and bargain collectively with their employers.
This panorama of precariousness, according to the signatories, exacerbated the inequality in the distribution of income and caused innumerable accidents at work, added to that it has been extended to the employees of the main companies, both individually and collectively.
“Therefore, job insecurity cannot be maintained indefinitely at the risk of commercializing labor relations in our country,” they noted.
Along these lines, they recognized that Supreme Decree 001-2022-TR corrects, to a large extent, the latent inequity and does so by respecting the law and strengthening the information rights of outsourced parties, as well as declaring the distortion of labor relations in the event of any breach. .
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