COVID-19 and Labour Law: Chile

Pablo Arellano Ortiz, Andrés Ahumada Salvo, Natalia Astudillo Sanhueza

Abstract


Among the measures that have been adopted by the Chilean government to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic stands out the declaration of State of Catastrophe, the promulgation of certain laws that regulate remote work, access to benefits of the unemployment insurance and the employment subsidy, among others. Likewise, the administrative bodies have made statements regarding measures to be adopted. Despite the measures that have already been adopted, workers are still in need of further protection. 


Keywords


Covid-19; Labour Law; State of Catastrophe; Remote work; Unemployment benefits and subsidy



DOI: 10.6092/issn.1561-8048/10775

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