This document analyzes labor contracts, evaluating their characteristics in order to contrast the ethics in their elaboration. Labour contracts have evolved where some were of greater benefit to the employer and workers' rights were not taken into account. The laws on which the contracts were based are well linked by human rights and these human rights were made based on ethics and equality for all natural persons. The labor contracts both as Right and obligations, that is, to receive and to fulfill respectively. They are made to achieve equality in benefit, autonomy, justice, respect and dignity. An employment contract is therefore closely linked to professional ethics. The data taken for their contrast are by means of the law or labor code that exists in the Republic of Ecuador and the regulation is updated until 2016 with a series of changes in the articles to be presented. The result of this document presents that the design of contracts is within a deontology in which each individual or person is respected taking into account that it has the same value as any other and seeks a job where it can exploit its capabilities and further extend its growth in the labor field, thus increasing its performance in the job and proposing new actions in the company to work.
|Translated title of the contribution||Application Of Professional Ethics In Labor Hiring|
|Original language||Spanish (Ecuador)|
|Journal||Observatorio De La Economía Latinoamericana|
|State||Published - 30 Sep 2018|