Friday, September 30, 2022
US Daily News Onlne


Employees face personal harassment in Sinaloa

Sinaloa.- One Unusual situation is happening in complaints Filed before the Ministry of Labor and Social Welfare (STPS) in Sinaloa,…

By admin , in news , at May 8, 2022 Tags:

Sinaloa.- One Unusual situation is happening in complaints Filed before the Ministry of Labor and Social Welfare (STPS) in Sinaloa, since Harassment became one of the most frequent problems from workers.

The attorney general in the state, Jesus Alberto Mendoza Orozco, specifically said that the resumption of face-to-face activities that have been sweeping across most economic and business lines so far in 2022, with it a radical change in working class discontent. There has been a drastic change. , who claimed mostly unfair dismissals and lack of proper severance pay during and before the pandemic, but now They complain of harassment by their owners.

probable cause

The prosecutor said he did not know the specific reason for the change in incidence of non-conformity reasons, but attributed it to changes resulting from the pandemic, in addition to a reduction in workforce.

Read more: Estrada will not remove four billboards from Ferreiro for not participating in the INE campaign

“I don’t know if it stemmed from the pandemic, if we were closed and we’re already a little intolerant, I don’t know, but I’ve seen that, on the part of companies, it’s increasing, harassment,” he said. repeated.

When the lapse of harassment occurs, the employee has the right to terminate the contract, be it for mistake or omission, to grant him 20 additional days of payment, in addition to 3 months of liquidation payments for compliance. forces to. as constitutional compensation

With regard to the number of complaints before the STPS, the officer stated that in general 1,110 complaints were filed only until Month of April 2022.

labor liquidation

It is an economic compensation that the employer is, by law, obliged to pay to the employee whenever the reasons for termination of the contract are not related to his performance in the company.

  • The amount of mandatory payment for dismissal

By law, when an employee is fired, he must receive three months’ salary and 20 days’ salary for each year worked, in addition to the seniority premium.

  • employee seniority premium

It is a payment that includes receiving 12 days’ salary for each year worked in the company, in addition, when fired, a proportionate share of holidays and Christmas bonuses must be paid.

  • grounds for termination of the contract

The employer can fire the employee for non-compliance with his work performance, liquidation of the company’s territories or the closure of the company, for which he will have to be liquidated.

  • Settlement is confused with liquidation

Liquidation is given when the employee is fired, the settlement is short and distributed when the employee resigns from his position.

Read more: Eggs and chicken become more expensive and affect families in Culiacana

To understand…

Unfair dismissal, the main complaint in the pandemic

When repeated shutdowns of companies and reductions in personnel during health emergencies were the cause of unfair dismissals during 2020 and 2021 that surfaced in workers’ complaints to the Ministry of Labor and Social Welfare (STPS) in Sinaloa.

not to pay Among the conflicts manifested by workers complaining to STPS for unfair dismissals in the pandemic was the lack of liquidation payments, a situation that has been attributed to the economic crisis triggered by the shutdown of non-essential economic activities and that affects hundreds of families. It caused the insolvency of economic units, affecting the income of the

They request help from Alfonso Durazo to repair the road on the border of Sonora and Sinaloa

I graduated with a degree in Communication Science from the Autonomous University of the West (UADO), with an emphasis on Mass Media. I currently have six years of experience in news media, web portals, content development for social networks, radio, live television, and local and state print newspapers. I joined Vivavoz, the printed newspaper in the municipality of Culiacán in 2015 as a reporter for the locales, later I wrote different news and investigative materials for the state weekly NN Noticias Sinaloa for a period of three years, its Following my entry the newscast of Live Télévision de Vivavoz, as well as collaborating with informational notes for the same company’s radio version, which is broadcast daily. Similarly, I have managed the web pages of every media in which I have worked, and I am currently a reporter for the local section of the newspaper EL DEBATE DE CULIACÁN, where I joined during 2019.

See more