Workers in agriculture, animal husbandry, beekeeping, aquaculture, fishing, and mining, who have not yet regained their jobs, are automatically re-employed this Tuesday, which requires companies to re-employ the unemployed in these sectors under Act 201 of February 25, 2021, which gave them a deadline.
‘People who are not reactivated by Monday should report to their jobs on Tuesday to know the status of their contracts. The ministry is aware of what is happening to these people, “said Johanna Gonzalez, Mitradal’s planning director.
The primary sector had three months to reactivate all suspended contracts, which expired yesterday; The secondary sector has a six-month extension and the tertiary sector has eight months to reopen all contracts, when the epidemiological situation in the country allows it, the source said.
Amid the economic and unemployment crisis facing the country, the company helps the unemployed by creating new opportunities such as the ‘Support for Job Restructuring’ and the ‘Learning by Doing’ program.
‘We are looking for the opportunity to put a greater number of people into one job within these two projects, these projects are dedicated to new jobs. At this time we are providing full follow-up for the suspended workers to return to their jobs, ”he said.
The law stipulates that pregnant women must first be returned, and then there must be union representatives and transferees, and if the company does not comply, the body urges them to report them to mitral offices and seek advice to act accordingly.
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