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Title: O processo de precarização das relações de trabalho e a legislação trabalhista : o fim da estabilidade no emprego e o FGTS
Keywords: Legislação trabalhista;  Neoliberalismo;  Precarização;  FGTS;  Ditadura militar;  Milagre econômico;  Estabilidade;  Direito do trabalho;  Trabalho;  Aspecto histórico;  Brasil;  Século XX
Issue Date: 23-Oct-2008
Abstract: The flexibilization of labor laws is one of neoliberal government s characteristics of , which in Brazil becomes dominant policy since the nineteen nineties. This thesis aims to demonstrate that this phenomenon must not be taken a restricted to the neoliberal times but as inherent to the capitalistic mode of production. Reaching to a historical analysis, that emphasizes the processual character of this relation, we will evaluate the changes implemented in the CLT (Consolidation of Labor Laws of Brazil) during the military government. The precarization of work relations already becomes evident in this period, especially through wage compression and the institution of FGTS. This new labor law, supported by a strong intervention in the trade unions, will allow the intensification of workers exploitation, contributing to acceleration of capitalistic accumulation during the period of the Brazilian economic miracle . The FGTS interferes in work relations rising the rate of job rotation by suppressing, in practical terms, the existent legislation of decennial stability. The termination of decennial stability, which was already being sought by the corporative sector since before the coup of 1964, was then eased by the military regime through mechanisms of disagreeability suppression allied to campaigns destined to influence public opinion, putting the FGTS as part of government social policy.
URI: https://app.uff.br/riuff/handle/1/18322
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