On July 10, the Ministry of Labor presented five measures related to labor inclusion, internships, labor inspections, automation of registries and the creation of centers for collection of debts. These are the first state actions with which seek to lift the hiring of workers after two economically complex years. However, employers still ask for structural measures.
One of the problems reported by the employer’s sector is rigidity in the labor market. The government launched a package of measures to eliminate the red tape and generate incentives for the hiring of more workers. (I)