Indemnizacion

#21
No!
The employer is subject to a fine that now is 450.000 and he/she is entitled to a indemnization of 2 salaries plus the proportional of the aguinaldo (1 extra salary split in 12) and vacation.
So, you have a very good negociation situation. Regards
If, as you wrote in a post I quoted in #16 in this thread: "They are fines of about 300.000 for working without legal residency." how can Orion have a "very good negotiation situation?"
 
#22
He is entitle to:

Preaviso (1 month salary)
Días del mes
Sac proporcional (3/12 of a salary)
Vacaciones (3/24 of the salary more or less)
Sac vacaciones

No consequenses with the DNM, the employed does not want them to know.

11-6021-5290 Dra. Maulicino (only Spanish).
 
#24
He is entitle to:

Preaviso (1 month salary)
Días del mes
Sac proporcional (3/12 of a salary)
Vacaciones (3/24 of the salary more or less)
Sac vacaciones

No consequenses with the DNM, the employed does not want them to know.

11-6021-5290 Dra. Maulicino (only Spanish).
I guess I'm just not clear on how I would be able to force them to pay me Indemnizacion if I don't any legal recourse as a non-resident...
 
#26
Why are you thinking of causing all this trouble? You were only employed a few months and you are ILLEGAL. If your employer did something wrong in employing you, you did something wrong by taking a job without having a work permit.
 
#27
I guess I'm just not clear on how I would be able to force them to pay me Indemnizacion if I don't any legal recourse as a non-resident...
Wrong. The laywer send telegrams to your employer. They might decide to pay you then. Otherwise there is a conciliation hearing. After that the trial were they are going to pay you plus the fines.
You have labor rights because you were working.
 
#30
Wrong. The laywer send telegrams to your employer. They might decide to pay you then. Otherwise there is a conciliation hearing. After that the trial were they are going to pay you plus the fines.
You have labor rights because you were working.
I get all that, but couldn't they report me for being here on an expired tourist visa? I just don't want to put myself at risk of deportation...