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Tipo de material : bachelorThesis
Título : La conformación del tribunal de conciliación y arbitraje para la resolución de los conflictos colectivos en el Ecuador
Autor : Baca del Pozo, Siboney Yolanda
Tutor : Velasco Dávila, Jaime Gonzálo
Fecha de publicación : 2013
Editorial : Quito: Universidad de las Américas, 2013
Citación : Baca del Pozo, S. Y. (2013). La conformación del tribunal de conciliación y arbitraje para la resolución de los conflictos colectivos en el Ecuador. (Tesis de pregrado). Universidad de las Américas, Quito.
Resumen : En el Ecuador, la relación laboral implica la interacción permanente entre empleador y trabajador, la cual puede llegar a generar conflictos o discrepancias...
Descripción : In Ecuador, the labor relation implies the permanent interaction between worker and employer which could lead to conflicts and discrepancies. An efficient mechanism of dealing with these disparities is the dialogue between the parties, however, when dialogue is exhausted, it is important to submit the decision to others. In the event of an agreement between worker and employer, the employer may subscribe a signed commitment act putting an end to the conflict. But if the possibility of an agreement does not occur the worker may turn to the judicial Authority to present the claim, known as list of demands, process referred to in article 468 and the following articles of the respective Labor Code. The procedure for the list of demands towards the judicial Authority may be made in two specific instances. The first consists in the omission or noncompliance of the employer to any of the rights established in the Law or the Individual Contract of Employment, which is intended to ensure the compliance of the agreement. The second consists in the improvement of the conditions established in the Individual Contracts of Employment, related with the pursuit of profits. This process consists in the fact that all the parties, employers and workers, who are the most interested in solving the conflict, in a part of the process, after exhausting previous stages of conciliation with no success, should be confronted with the obligation of conforming the Conciliation and Arbitration and Superior Tribunal in the event of an appeal for which the vocals should be nominated (2 principals and 2 alternates per party) and always presided by a Public Authority ( Labor Inspector or Regional Labor Director) so that after the pertinent process a decision could be rendered putting an end to the conflict. The purpose of this Tribunal is to determine the legality of the petitions that are made by workers and the concessions of these from the employer through a resolution, reason why the vocals that constitute these Tribunals in first and second instances become judges and thanks to that justice is administered
URI : http://dspace.udla.edu.ec/handle/33000/103
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