This article analyzes one of the most discussed aspects of the reform that gave rise to Law Nª 20.940: the rules on trade union representation rights, which were part of the pillars of the project presented by the Executive and were later declared unconstitutional by the Constitutional Court. The author makes a critical analysis of the reasoning used by the aforementioned Court to reach the conclusion already known, which contrasts with the vision of the supervisory bodies of the International Labor Organization, giving special attention to the recent report of the CEACR. From this analysis some reflections are presented.
|Title of host publication||Negociación Colectiva: estudios en homenaje al profesor Emilio Morgado Valenzuela|
|Publication status||Published - Oct 2017|
- LAW Centre for Law at Work