It proposes to reform the fraction I of Article 3 and added a fraction II, taken across the subsequent fractions, and a Chapter II bis of the Law to Promote Sustained Increased Productivity and Competitiveness of the National Economy. With this reform defined as a second objective of the Law on implementing a national policy to promote the sustained increase of worthy or decent formal employment and the transition of the informal economy.
With the proposed addition of a Chapter II bis, called "From the National Policy for Decent Employment and Decent" joined the law creating a National Program for Formal Employment and Transition Informal Economy, which will be established in terms of the provisions of the law, the National Development Plan and other applicable provisions. Determines that this program will be undertaken by the Secretariat of Labor and Social Welfare with the participation of the Ministries of Economy and Agriculture, Livestock, Rural Development, Fisheries and Food.
Notes that national policy worthy or decent employment and the National Program for Formal Employment and Transition Informal Economy, should consider, at least, aspects related to the implementation of actions for the adoption of a culture of decent work or decent; the articulation and coordination of actions to promote respect for human rights, labor rights and social security for people in the formal and informal economy; the design and implementation of policies that help to ensure freedom of association and freedom of association and the effective recognition of the right to collective bargaining, elimination of all forms of forced or compulsory labor, the elimination of child labor, and the elimination of discrimination at work.
As well as actions aimed at designing and implementing policies for the labor market in order to help low-income households out of poverty and obtain freely chosen employment; the formulation of labor migration policies that take into account the needs of the labor market and to promote decent work and the rights of migrant workers; the establishment of policies on education and skills development to support learning throughout life, so that fit the changing needs of the labor market and to new technologies and recognize previously acquired knowledge; impulse activation of comprehensive measures to facilitate the transition from school to work, particularly for disadvantaged youth, as mechanisms that ensure youth access to training and continuous productive employment; the adoption of measures to promote the transition from unemployment or inactivity to work, particularly for unemployed long-term, women and other disadvantaged social groups, and the implementation of relevant, accessible and updated information systems the labor market.
With the addition of a fraction I, taken across subsequent article 40 of the Organic Law of the Federal Public Administration, assigned to the Secretariat of Labor and Social Welfare responsible for establishing and conducting national policy worthy or decent employment and the transition of the informal economy, in coordination with the Secretariat of economy and the Secretariat of Agriculture, Livestock, Rural Development, Fisheries and Food.