Can the Extra work Pay of the Employee Be Included in the Monthly Wage?
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Can the Extra work Pay of the Employee Be Included in the Monthly Wage?

According to Labor Code No.4857, the weekly working time cannot exceed 45 hours.  Although this is the rule, for reasons such as the nature of the work or increasing production, workers can also work beyond this period. This is called extra work. The employment contract specifies a working time of fewer than 45 hours per...

Opening of a Lawsuit For Material and Non-Pecuniary Damages Against the Employer Due to Occupational Accident
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Opening of a Lawsuit For Material and Non-Pecuniary Damages Against the Employer Due to Occupational Accident

On the grounds of the sanctity of human life, the employer’s obligations, such as doing what is necessary to ensure the health and safety of the laborers, providing the conditions for this, and maintaining the vehicles in total, are met stated in the Labor Code. The employer’s violation of the guard of the laborer (protection) leads...

Liability of the Employer for Compensation for Damages Caused by His Employee
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Liability of the Employer for Compensation for Damages Caused by His Employee

In the Code of Obligations, the person who employs the employee has been held responsible for the damages caused to others during the performance of a work. Moreover, the employer does not even need to have any defective behavior in the occurrence of this damage. The employer is fully responsible for the damages caused by...