Training and labour legislation

Many industrial societies are undergoing a dynamic mutation caused mainly by technology, wich propels them into the era of information and communications. Changes are so speedy and dramatic,and inevitably both so creative and destructive from a social point of view, that it is impossible to control them satisfactorily. It is for that reason that the transformation means a crisis for industrial legislation and relations systems - including social policies- as crearly shown by the growing fracture sociale. The diversity and complexibity of labour and training situations make this study by Professor Héctor-Hugo Barbagelata on education/vocational training legislation more than welcome. Of special importance is the author´s survey of apprenticeship, in view of the growing need to establis links between school and enterprises. The study provides a complete and detailed picture of vocational training entitlements and bears witness once again to the juridical-labour tradition of Latin America


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