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Labour Relations in Digital Platforms | Teresa Coelho Moreira | March 7th Teresa Coelho Moreira will conduct a lecture for a Capacitation Course entitled "Labour relations in Digital Platforms" at the Ministry of Labour in Sao Paulo, [...]
Conference “Labour Relations and New Technologies” Judicial School of the Regional Labor Court of the 2nd Region Sao Paulo | Teresa Coelho Moreira | March 6th
Conference "Labour Relations and New Technologies" Judicial School of the Regional Labor Court of the 2nd Region Sao Paulo | Teresa Coelho Moreira | March 6th The Judicial School of the Regional Labour Court of the 2nd [...]
I Internacional European/Brazilian Congress of Labour Law – Teresa Coelho Moreira | February 28th, March 1st
I Internacional European/Brazilian Congress of Labour Law - Teresa Coelho Moreira | February 18th, March 1st Teresa Coelho Moreira, researcher of JusGov has made parte of the closing session of the I Internacional European/Brazilian Congress of Labour [...]
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