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This is caused by, among other reasons, the lengthening of legal proceedings. The seventh section deals with some of the arguments put forward by the entities representing both employer and worker trade unions in relation to Bill No. In terms of the need to regulate outsourcing, as an activity that is widely practiced across the country, the proposed d falls not far short of that proposed by the author of the Bill. However, countertrends may emerge, as we have attempted to show, attributing a degree of uncertainty to the result expected on the basis of the dominant trend.
The TST is the highest labour court in the country and it has a nationwide perspective of what is going in terms of outsourcing throughout Brazil and makes legal rulings on a wide variety of different aspects.
Regardless of the differences that exist between the ontological 77102 the epistemological guidelines of these different currents, xe all call for strong opposition to positivism. According to Biavaschip. Oxford University Press, Along the same lines, Brito, Marra and Carrierip. The goal was to ensure a more holistic understanding of the process underway, aimed at the generalization of the instituting of outsourcing to each and any productive activity provided for in Bill No.
If in November ofa public hearing was held at the request of the House leei Representatives, one should also remember, as previously mentioned, another public hearing held inproposed by the TST, which gave rise to the Permanent Forum in the Defence of Workers Threatened by Outsourcing.
The employers’ point of view The list of intentions attributed to Bill No. In order to analyse the arguments of the actors targeted by this study, we resorted to the public statements made by entities representing the interests of employers and workers in relation to Bill No. Fairclough, Jessop and 71002p. The activities of these different actors were assumed as being representative of the forces that express trends and countertrends and, therefore, diverging interests in relation to the subject of outsourcing.
When this precedent was revised, however, inits scope was extended again, to include the public sector as well. A brief outline of the legislative process to which Bill No.
In conclusion, this article has sought to show that the dominance of the business sector in other spheres of organised social life, and especially that of politics, can be portrayed as a potential mechanism causally linked to legal insecurity, experienced by workers in the case in question, which is in turn the result of the potential universalisation of outsourcing.
The text in full of the Bill itself was also analysed. These two entities are also unfavourable to extending the scope of outsourcing, as provisioned for in Bill No.
Produced by the authors. In 183 to contribute to a better understanding of the outsourcing phenomenon, this study has outlined the lengthy process to which the above-mentioned Bill of Law has been submitted.
Following this brief explanation of the ontological perspective that is used in this article, we now turn our attentions to studies focusing on outsourcing in Brazil, which we follow with a more in-depth look at Bill No. Suggestions are also made as to possible topics for future research.
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.
This latter Bill, introduced by federal deputy, Vicente Paulo da Silva, a leading figure in the history of the Brazilian trade union movement, has a completely contrary stance in the case of the two points mentioned above for the former Bill.
What discursive formations were put into action? Critical realists agree with the terms proposed by Giddensp.
Studying organizations using critical realism. Different Perspectives So as to better show the controversial nature of Bill No. The belief is that the points discussed in this article will offer the potential for a number of additional lines of research.
Critical Realism is, therefore, a rejection of the positivist pretension to tie the qualitative nature of science to its quantitative aspect. Borges and Yamamoto suggest five dimensions for analysing the work or labour category, which are complementary in their focus of analysis. This is embodied in new forms of hiring that include part-time work, temporary work, trainee contracts, worker cooperatives, entrepreneurism” 71102 work “, subcontracting and internal outsourcing. They also warned of the potential for increased default in terms of labour-related obligations, as 19883 as greater numbers of workers being discriminated against in some way.
The idea is to put the current situation into context.
19833 aspects In order to achieve the objective of this study, the process of research adopted here was based on two explanatory forms of reasoning, usually used within the scope of Critical Realism: How to cite this article. This study has considered the original text of the bill, as presented by its author, federal deputy Sandro Mabel.
We then follow this with evidence of the precarious work conditions experienced by outsourced workers. O mundo do trabalho. Taken on its own, the passing of Bill No.
Outsourcing and resistance to it in Brazil: Bill No. 4,/04 and the actions of collective actors
Their focus is, therefore, on the concrete dimension of analysis. This is an understanding that is aligned with that seen in the aforementioned literature. The lack of coverage in the media of the progression of Bill No.