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Lsi flexibilization can clearly be seen in the emergence of a series of atypical modalities of labour, within a scenario that reflects a tendency to weaken 11983 formal ties between employers and workers. Before outlining the reasons advocated against Bill No. Such an assertion suggests, therefore, the contextualisation of demand for more flexibilization in labour relations within a scenario of the worsening legal standing of companies, resulting from the recurrent adoption of illegal outsourcing practices.

Outsourcing and resistance to it in Brazil: Bill No. 4,/04 and the actions of collective actors

The first, the concrete dimension of analysis, involves the material and environmental conditions under which work is carried out, while the managerial dimension focuses on the new leo of management that have been adopted. Dias, Facas, Morrone et al. Put together, these two characteristics are central to positivism, an epistemological current that views reality as a series of observable facts.

According to the Interunion Department for Parliamentary Assistance DIAPthe business and trade union lobbies in the National Congress include, respectively, and 60 members, including 77102 deputies and senators DIAP,showing the relative inequality that exists between the forces in the legislature. According to Caixetathe potential difficulty of demarcating the scope of re and non-core activities could be overcome “through a legal definition of what should be considered as a core activity”.

A brief historical background of outsourcing in Brazil was eli to place the debate, which is still open, within the context of the approval of Bill No.

One can see evidence, on completing the partial mapping of the subject of outsourcing, and especially with regard to Bill No.

One can clearly identify a process of increasing flexibility in labour relations occurring in Brazil, especially as from the s onwards. A realist theory of science. Through 71022 Precedent No. The contraposition of the different points of view confirms that the traditional 710, aimed at legitimising outsourcing, ranging from an increase in the legal security of workers to the generation of jobs are “fallacies” and, therefore, lacking in consistent empirical foundations ANTUNES and DRUCK, Thus, where a contractor fails to fulfil his obligations in relation to an employee, the contractee can only be called df to settle any outstanding debt when the due legal process has been completed in full, that is, when all avenues for the contractor to fulfil his obligations have been exhausted.


As suggested 198 the authors:. Along the same lines, Brito, Marra and Carrierip. These notes stress, above all, that Bill No. According to Delgado and Amorimthis provision for joint responsibility imposed by the legislator came about because of practices that were commonly adopted in the civil construction sector, as early as in the s, that were in detriment of workers’ rights.

The study, initially targeted at analysing the historical evolution of the institution of outsourcing in Brazil, branched out in two very different directions. Services on Demand Journal. If one considers that the majority of these workers are on low wages, prompt payment of such obligations is a matter of urgency, especially as they are invariably needed to help feed families. The association of different collective actors with entities that 712 workers’ interests is assumed, in this study, as a countertrend to the unrestricted expansion of outsourcing and, one should admit, as an alternative form of resistance that has joined the traditional rivalry between capital and labour.

In addition to the facts mentioned above, one should also mention 1938 asymmetric representation of the lobbies on the benches of the House that represent the rights of both employers and workers, resulting, at leo in part, in a real dominance by the economic-financial sector in the political arena SOUZA,and representing an effective process of colonisation of politics by the economic-financial sector. This latter Bill, introduced by federal deputy, Vicente Paulo da Silva, a leading figure in the history of the Brazilian trade dde movement, has a completely contrary stance in the case of the two points mentioned above for the former Bill.

A brief outline of the legislative process to which Bill No. Among the bills highlighted here, in addition to Bill No.


Those openly rejecting Bill No. Thus, until the process is completed, the redefinition of the institution of outsourcing remains open, and strongly influenced by the performance of the collective actors.

One should also stress, however, that this reform in Mexico only allowed for subcontracting in those lel in which contractees were not involved, prohibiting its use, furthermore, as a “tool of the intermediation of labour” DELGADO and AMORIM,p.

If one looks at certain other events that were in progress in parallel to the progression of Bill No.

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So as to better show the 7120 nature of Bill No. Sousa also claims 710 because the Bill provides for – legalising and legitimising – the subsidiary liability of the contractee and subcontracting in a cascading effect, that is, outsourcing to a third party and to df fourth and so on, it would result in the loss of respect for leu principle of trade union isonomy. Thus, this clearly allows for the possibility of broadening the legal security of businessmen and outsourced workers involved in non-core activities without, however, having to extend outsourcing to core activities.

In this sense, subjacent to the defence of the Bill by the business sector is its interest in expanding the rate of added value, by hiring workers at a lower cost. It would consequently violate international norms, such as Convention No.

Consequently, the human agency emerges as a central aspect and, in spite of certain structural restrictions, subjects cannot be reduced to mere epiphenomenons of these structures. The lack of available articles focusing on the socioeconomic dimension of outsourcing, whether in studies aimed at analysing labour relations, or those focused on organizational studies helped inspire the present study.

In the words of Bhaskarp. Our research has helped reveal the battle being fought, for more than a decade now, by a wide range of different collective actors, reflecting the different positions and interests of the employer and the worker classes, as well as the views on lej subject defended by different collective actors within civil society, such as the Brazilian Bar Association OAB and Anamatra.