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The Government will put an end to the double compensation and the prohibition of dismissals from December

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The Government will put an end to the double compensation and the prohibition of dismissals from December

The government believes that it is “highly probable” that the double compensation and the ban on dismissals will not be extended after December 31, since the economic situation “is normalizing.”

“As the situation is normalizing, because Argentina is growing, it is highly probable that these measures will end at the end of the year and will not be extended,” said Labor Minister Claudio Moroni. And he added: “They were two extraordinary measures for an extraordinary situation.”

The official assured that “when we can measure the situation for next December, which we will publish in February, we will have recovered all the jobs lost during the pandemic, at least.” “There are sectors, such as manufacturing and construction, that are above the jobs they had before the pandemic,” Moroni said.

The minister expressed himself this way when speaking at the Roberto Rocca Technical School of the Techint Group, in Campana. Double compensation and the prohibition of dismissals were some of the first measures adopted by the Government. The first began in December 2019 with an initial term of 180 days, but it was extended and is in force until December 31 next. In the last extension, the Executive Branch established a ceiling of $ 500,000 for the surcharge.

For its part, the prohibition of dismissals without just cause began to apply at the beginning of the quarantine and is still in force. A month ago, President Alberto Fernández had also admitted that both measures would not be extended again.

“The measures of exception that we have taken (prohibition of dismissals and double compensation) must be understood in this way. They have been arranged in a moment of exception and they will not be sustained over time,” emphasized the head of state. (NA)


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The government believes that it is “highly probable” that the double compensation and the ban on dismissals will not be extended after December 31, since the economic situation “is normalizing.”

“As the situation is normalizing, because Argentina is growing, it is highly probable that these measures will end at the end of the year and will not be extended,” said Labor Minister Claudio Moroni. And he added: “They were two extraordinary measures for an extraordinary situation.”

The official assured that “when we can measure the situation for next December, which we will publish in February, we will have recovered all the jobs lost during the pandemic, at least.” “There are sectors, such as manufacturing and construction, that are above the jobs they had before the pandemic,” Moroni said.

The minister expressed himself this way when speaking at the Roberto Rocca Technical School of the Techint Group, in Campana. Double compensation and the prohibition of dismissals were some of the first measures adopted by the Government. The first began in December 2019 with an initial term of 180 days, but it was extended and is in force until December 31 next. In the last extension, the Executive Branch established a ceiling of $ 500,000 for the surcharge.

For its part, the prohibition of dismissals without just cause began to apply at the beginning of the quarantine and is still in force. A month ago, President Alberto Fernández had also admitted that both measures would not be extended again.

“The measures of exception that we have taken (prohibition of dismissals and double compensation) must be understood in this way. They have been arranged in a moment of exception and they will not be sustained over time,” emphasized the head of state. (NA)

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