CARDOZO ORDÓÑEZ SAS was selected to advise and participate in the collective bargaining with the ETB
Thanks to our trajectory and experience within the field of collective labor law, our firm, Cardozo Ordóñez SAS was selected by the Telecommunications Company of Bogotá (in Spanish Empresa de Telecomunicaciones de Bogotá – ETB) to advise and participate in the collective bargaining with the trade union SINTRATELEFONOS. June- 2016
Law 1788, 2016 recognized the payment of the legal service bonuses to domestic employees
Last 7th of June, was published Law 1788 in the official diary No. 49.927, which modifies article 306 of the Colombian Labor Code and recognizes, in conditions of universality, the payment of the legal bonuses to domestic employees.
Once again CARDOZO ORDÓÑEZ SAS was recognized as one of the best labour and employment law firm in Colombia, by the international qualifiers Chambers & Partners and Legal 500
Chambers & Partners & Legal 500, international qualifiers in charge of ranking law firms, once again recognized Cardozo Ordóñez SAS as one of the best labour and employment law firm in Colombia. Furthermore, our partner Hernando Cardozo Luna, was once more recognized as one of the best lawyers in this practice area. Our clients through […]
Bill 172, 2015, looks to repeal some of the modifications previously made to the Labor Code by Lay 789, 2002. This bill looks to reestablish labor rights related with the working times, overtime and Sunday and holiday work.
Time is running out for the implementations of the Occupational Health and Safety Management System
In accordance with Decree 171 of 2016, every employer, with one or more employees, must substitute the Occupational Health Program with the Occupational Health and Safety Management System (in Spanish SG-SST) by January 31st, 2017.
The National Government created the Periodical Economic Benefits (in Spanish Beneficios Económicos Periódicos – BEPS) as a flexible protection scheme for the elderly. This protection allows those who aren’t able to save for the future, to protect themselves, by giving them a subsidy of the 20% of their savings.