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Labor Guide to Doing Business in Argentina: hiring foreign workers in Argentina

Hiring foreign workers in Argentina requires reviewing immigration laws in force. Immigration to Argentina is governed by the Migration Law No. 25,871 (Ley de Migraciones), its Regulatory Decree No. 616/2010, and supplementary dispositions enacted by the National Direction of Migrations (Dirección Nacional de Migraciones, or DNM) that is the agency in charge of enforcing migration laws.

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Labor Guide to Doing Business in Argentina: Unions in Argentina

Unions in Argentina bear a strong presence and a significant political influence. They enjoy constitutional protection through Section 14 bis of the Federal Constitution guaranteeing their entering into collective labor agreements, resourcing to conciliation and arbitration, and calling strikes. Argentine has ratified the International Labor Organization´s Convention No. 87 on Freedom of Association and Protection of the Right to Organize.

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