Sara,SaraSara said:Argentina's labor laws are nothing compared to those of Uruguay. I have a summer place in Colonia, and the laws there are positively draconian...
citygirl said:Laws are very employee-friendly (aka - if someone wants to quit, as an employer, you're going to pay and pay and pay).quote]
What???????????? In comparison to what country?? Brazil has a month vacation, France has 6 hours working day, Germany has the highest salary per hour in the world, the minimum salary in the US is much higher that Argentina even comparing their cost of living.
Plus, corporations here evade capital gain taxes (they should pay 35%) and don´t pay taxes to dividends.
if someone wants to quit?? You don´t have to pay anything as an employer!! You only have to pay if you fire an employee without cause.
Would you be so kind as to explain why Argentine laws are employee-friendly??
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