After inspection operations that led to the investigation.  According to the Ministry of Labor, a high percentage of businesses did not comply with labor standards in the mall.

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After inspection operations carried out by the Ministry of Labor, a high percentage of businesses did not comply with labor standards in the mall.

After collecting the data obtained, it was found that a high percentage of the businesses surveyed were infringed. Among the most common irregularities were:

  • Unregistered work
  • No pay for overtime, holidays or vacations
  • Lack of coverage in terms of Health and Safety (absence of ART)
  • Lack of training in preventive matters
  • Absence of presentation of the general survey of occupational hazards

From the labor portfolio, through the Undersecretariat of Inspection, they reported that During the evaluations carried out in the well-known shopping center, 929 reports were carried out, reaching a total of 2,274 workers.

From the minutes made, 500 were related to Health and Safety at Work (OSH)while the The remaining 429 were for the survey of working conditionsof which 80 percent ended in violation.

It is worth remembering that there were precedents in this same site, where the Ministry had issued more than 250 notices after some days of evaluation, when they carried out 270 inspections and observed the employment status of the workers of 135 stores on the commercial promenade.

Source: infocielo.com

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