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

By way of Conclusion At this point one should perhaps review the objectives of this article, in order to bring them together in the form of a conclusion. Whilst the author of the bill, in his textual presentation of the reasons for passing it into law, mentions the legal uncertainties facing workers, the verbal declaration made by the president of the Council for Legislative Affairs links his defence of the Bill to the need for more legal security on the part of the business sector.

Finally, the trade unions suggested a degree of interference in the process on the part of the media, as a party with an interest in Bill No. Another point that deserves further analysis deals with the discourses of the mass media, especially following the approval of the Bill, which were meant to inform the great general public.

Future Research The belief is that the points discussed in this article will offer the potential for a number of additional lines of research. Taken on its own, the passing of Bill No.

The working week was also longer in this comparison, by 3 hours. Accessed on 27 October All quotes in English translated by this article’s translator.

Another point raised, dealing with the proportion of outsourced workers found 7120 be working in, and saved from conditions akin to slavery, showed clear evidence of the precariousness of the working conditions facing these individuals.

In terms of the need to regulate outsourcing, as an activity that is widely practiced across the country, the proposed argument falls not far short of that proposed by the author of the Bill. As from the s onwards, the use of outsourcing took on epidemic proportions, even extending to nuclear-related business activities DRUCK,but still lacking a proper legal framework. Sousa was opposed to the generalisation of outsourcing, as provisioned in the Bill, claiming that it contradicts the “false argument that one of the main justifications for outsourcing is lej or more 1702.


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The debate has been raging over the potential impact of Bill No. The belief is that the lri discussed in this article will offer the potential for a number of additional lines of research. The article is subdivided into eight sections, including this Introduction. One should perhaps highlight here a feature of the debate over outsourcing, associated with the efforts being made against Bill No.

A realist theory of science. The symbolic dimension casts an analytical eye on the subjectivity of workers and, finally, lri socioeconomic dimension deals with a macro analytical plan, focusing on the study of the inter-relations between the labour market and the social, political and economic dimensions. The OAB has the same understanding as Anamatrawhen it states categorically that:.

Before outlining the reasons advocated against Bill No. In the context of Brazil, the effects of increased production flexibility can be viewed as a process that has tended to lead to an institutionalisation of modern flexibilization and a precariousness of work DRUCK, This affects the force field structured around this bill being passed, which is based on an asymmetry that is clearly favourable to the business sector. On the other hand, the position 71022 the business sector is 193 on a view that sees reality from the perspective of an economic-financial logic.

These unions claimed that passing this Bill would result in the institutionality of worker turnover and would also contribute to greater worker insecurity because of the poor working conditions to which outsourced workers tend to be subjected, lower wages and benefits, and longer working hours. The question of moral harassment suffered by outsourced workers was also a focus of the study, which sought to show some of the ways in which such harassment might manifest itself in the workplace.

As Delgado and Amorim point out, the flexibilization of labour relations in Mexico recently, did not lead to more jobs being created, as those defending this measure forecast. Transphenomenonality points to a stratified reality, in other words, to beyond that which is observable on an empirical level of analysis. The study, initially targeted at analysing the historical evolution of the institution of outsourcing in Brazil, branched out in two very different directions.


Suggestions are also made as to possible topics for future research. According to Melothere are a total of 22 alternative bills aimed at regulating the institution of outsourcing making their way through the Lower House, with the main difference between them being the scope of their application, in other words, whether they include or not core activities and what their definition is in relation to the responsibilities or liabilities of the contractees of outsourced services, i.

Nevertheless, the hiring of temporary workers, as provisioned for in Law No. So as to better show the controversial nature of Bill No. The main points within this debate refer to a growing trend towards the flexibilization of labour relations in Brazil, implying, in turn a deregulation and dismantling of the labour regulations substantiated in, above all, the CLT.

Abstract One can clearly identify a process of increasing flexibility in labour relations occurring in Brazil, especially as from the s onwards. This precariousness manifests itself in the growing number of workplace accidents that have occurred, as well as in work that is often carried out under conditions akin to slavery, common not only in the primary sector of the economy but also in the second and tertiary sectors.

A brief look at the progression of the Bill through the Brazilian House of Representatives and its contextualisation on a macro level, to beyond this legislative House, saw a series of actions and events emerge whose occurrence appears to have contributed to better understanding the progression of this Bill, especially in temporal terms. These two entities are also unfavourable to extending the scope of outsourcing, as provisioned for in Bill No.