The masters, being fewer in number, can combine much more easily; and the law, besides, authorises, or at least does not prohibit their combinations, while it prohibits those of the workmen. We have no acts of parliament against combining to lower the price of work; but many against combining to raise it. In all such disputes the masters can hold out much longer.
This work reviews the application and development of some international labor and social security standards organized by topics that were considered of importance due to their frequency and relevance in Venezuela.
Thus, while the issues were set forth individually by various participants, depending on the subject, all contributions are intended to describe or analyze the following: Given the large number of themes and space, contributions attempt to present a picture of the national situation, and express the opinions of each researcher.
So, the valuations are personal. The report consists of two parts.
In the first part it explains the system of sources of the Venezuelan Labor Law, and in the second part individual contributions are presented.
II Contributions by individual topics: Regarding Freedom of Association and Collective Bargaining, Marlon Meza and Sara Navarro consider that in Venezuela developing legislation and policies of the Venezuelan State for more than 25 years show a rigid model with excessive procedural formalities and regulations that restrict the exercise of the rights to freedom of association; Additionally, the ILS regarding these rights ILO Conventions 87 and 98 are only mentioned in the various statements, but not used as a basis for decisions.Elio Fameli holds a Law degree from the University of Florence.
He is an Associated Research Director at the ITTIG - "Istituto di Teoria eTecniche dell'Informazione Giuridica" ("Institute of Legal Information Theory and Techniques"), previously known as IDG ("Istituto per la DocumentazioneGiuridica" - "Institute for Legal Documentation"), an organ of the Italian National Research Council.
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