Can I be discriminated against for being part-time?
Ms. Project Project – Allocate Resources (Labor, Material and Cost).
d) The Court a quo issued a judgment on April 15, 2016, dismissing the claim, as well as the appropriateness of raising a question of unconstitutionality, since taking into account the principles of contribution and proportionality that inform the Social Security system, it was not possible to assess, in accordance with the criterion maintained in the SSTC 253/2004, of December 22, and 156/2014, of September 25, the constitutional injury alleged in the claim.
f) The plaintiff filed a writ of amparo against the previous administrative and judicial resolutions, arguing that they infringed his right to equality before the law (art. 14 CE) and that the substantive issue had already been raised on previous occasions before this Court, “at least tangentially”, regarding previous versions of the applied rule that had been applied to him.
g) By order of December 18, 2017, the Fourth Section of this Court agreed to admit the amparo appeal for processing, “appreciating that it has a special constitutional significance (art. 50.1 LOTC), as a consequence of the fact that the possible violation of the fundamental right that is denounced could come from the law or another general provision [STC 155/2009, FJ 2 c)]”.
Evaluate To Advance Strategy 3rd – 11th grades
MAT.: 1) In accordance with the provisions of article 5, paragraph 1 of the Labor Code, and the current doctrine of this Service, contained in opinion 2328/130, dated July 19, 2002, the fundamental rights of workers have the character of insurmountable limits with respect to the employer’s powers, particularly with respect to the right to the worker’s dignity, honor, private life, inviolability of all forms of private communication and the right not to be arbitrarily discriminated against;
I.- In the absence of a definition of fundamental rights assumed by the legal system -which concentrates on their recognition and development- we can turn to the doctrine, which, in the words of the Italian professor Luigi Ferrajoli, defines them as “all those subjective rights that correspond universally to all human beings endowed with the status of persons, of citizens or persons with the capacity to act; subjective right being understood as any positive expectation (of benefits) or negative expectation (not to suffer injury) assigned to a subject by a legal rule and status as the condition of a subject, also provided for by a positive legal rule, as a presupposition of his suitability to be the holder of legal situations and/or the author of the acts that are the exercise of these”.
Questions and answers on Electronic Payroll
It is worth remembering that the pension of part-time workers is calculated by taking the regulatory bases and the days contributed, which are calculated by applying a part-time coefficient, that is, by multiplying the days that the worker has been part-time by a coefficient equivalent to the proportion of the working day they worked.
When the CJEU analyzed the question, its response was that the current system is detrimental to part-time workers and, if such a measure were to affect women in particular, the system for calculating retirement pensions for part-time workers would discriminate against women and would therefore be contrary to Council Directive 79/7/EEC of 18 December 1978 on the progressive implementation of the principle of equal treatment for men and women in matters of social security.
Well, based in part on the doctrine of the aforementioned CJEU ruling of last May, the Plenary of the Constitutional Court, in its ruling of July 3, 2019, has unanimously upheld an internal question of unconstitutionality raised by the Second Chamber of the Court itself, declaring the unconstitutionality and nullity of the precept regulating the amount of the retirement pension of part-time workers on the grounds that it violates both the right to equality and the principle of non-discrimination against women.
Función PROMEDIO.SI | Excel 2013 Curso Avanzado #5
Este artículo pretende abordar algunos de los problemas actuales que afectan a las mujeres chilenas de clase media socioeconómica residentes en Santiago, en su inserción en la dinámica laboral. Para ello, se procesaron las entrevistas mediante el análisis del discurso, estableciendo tres líneas argumentales: el trabajo y la situación laboral en relación con los riesgos y consecuencias para las mujeres trabajadoras, la flexibilidad laboral femenina y, finalmente, la maternidad como inicio y fin de la doble jornada. Los resultados generados muestran que la presencia de factores intra y extra organizativos afectan a las valoraciones sociales del trabajo y el empleo ejercidas por las mujeres, con la consiguiente inseguridad de las mismas, debido en gran parte a la flexibilización de la jornada laboral. Se aborda el mantenimiento de la calidad de vida, la justificación que legitima la doble jornada de trabajo y las tensiones derivadas de esta situación.
1En la actualidad, en la mayoría de los países capitalistas de occidente, se desarrolla una fuerte discusión en torno a los variados y marcados cambios que se están produciendo en el mundo del trabajo (Noguera, 2002). Dentro de este contexto, el estudio del trabajo y el empleo requiere de una mirada que vaya más allá de los índices estadísticos y económicos, ubicándolos como construcciones constituidas socialmente, en función de reglas y legitimaciones sociales.