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Monica Pizarro is a partner in Estudio Echecopar. She has extensive experience in labor law, social security, litigation, immigration and mobility. She also regularly assists clients designing complex compensation structures, including tax and labor planning, as well as counseling in modifications on employment relationships due to M&A. She has been a consultant for the International Labor Organization and the Judicial Academy and teaches several Labor Law courses at Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru and other universities since 2006.

With major vaccine developments in Latin America, including kick-offs for vaccine campaigns, employers should consider whether a vaccination policy is right for their workplace, keeping in mind that such policies implicate a broad range of employment laws and regulations, and that many of these vary from country to country.

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With major vaccine developments in Latin America, including kick-offs for vaccine campaigns, employers should consider whether a vaccination policy is right for their workplace, keeping in mind that such policies implicate a broad range of employment laws and regulations, and that many of these vary from country to country.

Supreme Decree No. 014-2021-TR was published last 4 July, by which various articles of the Regulations of the Labor Inspection Law were modified, approved by Supreme Decree No. 019-2006-TR, article 7-A on the Compliance Management Module has been incorporated and paragraph 17.6 of article 17 of the same body of legislation has been repealed.

The National Superintendence of Labor Inspection – SUNAFIL has implemented the application called Self-diagnosis of Safety and Health at Work through which employers will be able to verify their workplace safety and health compliance level. Through an online questionnaire, employers will be able to identify, verify and assess the situation of their companies in terms of compliance with their occupational health and safety obligations.

Supreme Decree No. 006-2021-TR, which approves the collective bargaining Regulation and minimum working conditions of the Agrarian Labor Regime Law, was published on 30 March 2021. This standard sets out provisions related to the promotion of collective bargaining in the agricultural sector and the minimum working conditions that companies must implement.

The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the need to reshape employment models and more companies are examining extended remote work policies to provide flexibility for the benefit of both people and organizations.

The regional Employment & Compensation team is pleased to present the Latin America Remote Working Guide considering that organizations are in favor of remote working models and governments are responding to this increased trend.

Our aim is to answer some of the most pressing questions and provide you with the most up to date information on changing laws and regulations across 7 jurisdictions in Latin America.

The high level guidance in this document is not intended to be comprehensive legal advice.