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Nevertheless, one should stress that, on the day that this article was submitted and after its basic text was approved, on 8 Aprilonly a few items remained outstanding for discussion. This affects the force field structured around this bill being passed, which is based on an asymmetry that is leo favourable to the business sector.
In other words, one must postulate the existence of a stratified reality and the multiplicity of possibilities that exist for its apprehension.
In research focusing on the analysis of the construction of the collective identity of outsourced workers, Brito, Marra and Carrieri described the negative image that these workers have of their work and their own identities, with a relevant impact on the fragmentation of this working-class identity.
In the words of Bhaskarp.
Outsourcing and resistance to it in Brazil: Bill No. 4,/04 and the actions of collective actors
Coincidently or not, it was in this same month of that the first brief was submitted within the scope of Bill No. Everybody outsources” MARINHO,asserting furthermore, that this Bill does not pose a risk to rights, as those opposing the Bill claim, but rather “broadly guarantees the rights of workers”, contributing to the regulation of a practice that is widely spread throughout the country.
The first, defended by the trade unions, Anamatra and the OAB-RJ, among others, has a social connotation and is concerned with the potential loss of rights of a portion of the workforce, understood, from a Marxist perspective, as a social class oppressed by the dominant class.
Produced by the authors. With regard to the concrete dimension of the labour market, its presence in the texts is merely residual, despite the increasing precariousness of the objective conditions of labour.
Abstract One can clearly identify a process of increasing flexibility in labour relations occurring in Brazil, especially as from the s onwards. A myriad of atypical hiring modalities have emerged, with the outsourcing of productive activities of particular interest to this present article. The article has adopted Critical Realism as the ontology for guiding the proposed analysis. Studying organizations 712 critical realism: Thus, this 71022 allows for the possibility of broadening the legal security of businessmen and outsourced workers involved in non-core activities without, however, having to extend outsourcing to core activities.
The question of moral harassment suffered by outsourced workers was also a focus of the study, which sought to show some of the ways in which such harassment might manifest itself in the workplace. Critical realism, research techniques and research designs.
This portrait of precariousness is primarily based ldi the regression of social, labour and ed rights, signalling the emergence of a new vulnerability of the masses. In other words, one might postulate that the practice of illegal activities relating to outsourcing, by influential companies, may have influenced to some extent the pace at which the Bill in question has made its way through the law-making process.
The main difference between this and that seen during the 18 th and 19 th Centuries lies in the fact that currently, this vulnerability is not marked by an unrestricted absence of rights, but rather by a dismantling of the social protection 19833 that were fought for, and won over the course of the 20 th Century.
Another point that deserves further analysis deals with the discourses of the mass media, especially following the approval of the Bill, which were meant to inform the great general public.
The small number of briefs presented duringin relation to previous and lie years, leu be explained by the approval of a request to hold a seminar to debate the implications of the Bill in relation to labour relations, which was subsequently transformed into a public hearing held in November of that year.
Such events, when combined, suggest not only the recursive nature inherent in the agent-structure relationship, but also the presence of generative mechanisms, not always clear to the casual eye, capable of helping us understand some of the movements being made 1702 different social actors in the struggle to protect their interests. These 9183 claimed that passing this Bill would result in the institutionality of worker turnover and would also contribute to greater worker insecurity because of the poor working conditions to which outsourced workers tend to be subjected, lower wages and benefits, and longer working hours.
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. It is worth noting that the managerial dimension appears in transversal form oei the texts, but is not the focus of their primary analysis, because of the non-managerial approach employed by the authors. This is caused by, among other reasons, the lengthening of legal proceedings. Sousa also claims that because the Bill provides for – legalising and legitimising – the subsidiary liability of the contractee and subcontracting in a cascading effect, that is, outsourcing to a third party and to a fourth and so on, it would result in the loss of respect df the principle of trade union isonomy.
In outsourcing contracts, le is a trilateral relationship, in which the outsourced company stands between re contractee and the employee, since the latter is hired indirectly. The association of different collective actors with entities that represent workers’ interests is assumed, in this study, as a countertrend to the unrestricted expansion of outsourcing and, one should admit, as an alternative form of resistance that has joined the traditional rivalry between capital and labour. These are determinant in the processes of the “emergence, reproduction and transformation of social structures in virtue of the actions of social actors and the reciprocal influence of these emerging structures on the social initiatives in progress”.
The article seeks to contextualise the present time, one in which we are faced with an intense debate on the potential impact of Bill No. This reinforces, therefore, the idea that outsourcing is the transitional result of a dynamic process of confrontations and compositions, between individual and collective actors, which reflects the coexistence of trends and df. The OAB has the same understanding as Anamatrawhen it states categorically that:.
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 193 variety of different aspects. According to Pochmannp.
Critical Realism Initial considerations In order to justify the decision to use Critical Realism in this article, which is a current of philosophy of the science whose modern-day origins are dr with philosopher Roy Bhaskar, we offer some brief considerations below regarding this line of thinking, given that its inclusion in Brazilian organisational studies is as yet somewhat incipient.
Our research has helped reveal the battle being fought, for more than a decade now, by a wide range of different collective actors, reflecting the different positions and interests of the employer and the worker classes, as well as the views on the subject defended by different collective actors within civil society, such as the Brazilian Bar Association OAB and Anamatra.
July 30, ; Accepted: One can therefore detect, as shown below, certain interests, reasons and subjacent motives that are directly related to short-term corporate economic interests. In Brazil, the process of restructuring the economy accelerated during the Collor Administration, especially through the import substitution policies that were adopted by that government, and was further boosted during the two governments of President Fernando Henrique Cardoso. Critical realism as an empirical project: Ce understanding of the meaning of labour, for this great contingent of individuals, and the logic mobilised by them for its construction also offer a potentially fruitful line of research to consider.
The legal mechanism in question changes this definition when it states, in its Article 4 Chapt. Lfi primarily focus on two 193 of contention: In addition to referring to the asymmetric and unfavourable conditions faced by outsourced workers, the majority represented by the more vulnerable members of society, including women, youths, people of colour and immigrants, the dee also highlighted that the use of outsourcing has a negative impact on wages, the levels of which tend to be At the time of writing this article, Bill No.
The OAB has the same understanding as Anamatrawhen it states categorically that: One should perhaps highlight here a feature of the debate over outsourcing, associated with the efforts being made against Bill No. We follow the Introduction with a brief description of li main characteristics of the critical realist ontology and then place the subject of outsourcing within the context of administration studies in Brazil. One can see evidence, on completing the partial mapping of the subject of outsourcing, and especially with regard to Bill No.
The bibliographic review that was carried out for this article produced a definition of a secondary objective. Expectativas profissionais no discurso de terceirizados em TI. When this precedent was revised, however, inits scope was extended again, to include the public sector as well.