Américo de Oliveira Fragoso (Partner) is quoted in an article in Expresso regarding the legislation approved around the Decent Work Agenda, its various limitations and doubts of constitutionality regarding some norms and risks.

Furthermore, he says, "inversely, in many matters, the new norms are pernicious in their effects, even promoting labour conflicts". Examples of this, he notes, are the regulation of labour regulations in digital platforms - which pushes to the courts the final decision on who is the employer -, the impediment (except by judicial agreement) of the refusal of labour credits by the employee on termination of contract or "the new obstacle" created to the denunciation of collective agreements which pushes to the Economic and Social Council the arbitration for the appreciation of the grounds of denunciation, which may prevent its survival.

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