LaborNet Nro 875 “Decreto N° 163/2020. Movilidad jubilatoria. Incremento de prestaciones y Asignaciones Familiares”

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En el día de hoy se publicó en el Boletín Oficial la norma de referencia, mediante la cual el Poder Ejecutivo establece un incremento en las prestaciones previsionales a cargo de ANSeS del 2,3%, más una suma fija de $ 1.500, aplicable desde marzo.

En igual sentido, se determina un aumento en los rangos de ingresos del grupo familiar y de los montos de Asignaciones Familiares equivalente al 13% de los rangos y montos dispuestos  en la Resolución (ANSeS) Nº 284/19. Seguir leyendo LaborNet Nro 875 “Decreto N° 163/2020. Movilidad jubilatoria. Incremento de prestaciones y Asignaciones Familiares”

Flexicurity to Close the Circle of Inclusion

Argentina has virtually closed the circle of inclusion by covering its entire population as salaried workers or independent contractors, public servants at the municipal, provincial and national levels, unemployed people receiving aid programs, welfare recipients with expense reporting and ex gratia payments scheme participants.

Published in El Cronista on February 18, 2020
As a result, a part of the Argentine population gets income from the production of goods and services, and the rest are financed by welfare programs, public and private medical assistance, free education and food aid. The Supreme Court ruled in favor of extending welfare coverage to mothers of children under 5 who are under arrest with final sentence or in preventive detention.

This process of systematic inclusion is called “Flexicurity”, and the aim is to provide income to the entire population of a country through different subsystems so that nobody is excluded or marginalized. To this end, a flexible labor market is promoted with great upward career mobility, a very effective training and education program, an effective unemployment and outplacement scheme, in a context of growth (The Netherlands, Ad Melkert 1995). This development model is used in Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Finland. Please note that these countries have the highest per capita income rate in Europe and very small populations with the best quality of life. Seguir leyendo Flexicurity to Close the Circle of Inclusion