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 Law, with the theme Labour Reform in the Future together with Francisco de Assis Barbosa Júnior, Marcos Antônio Ferreira da Almeida and Cláudio Simão de Lucena Neto.
The discussion covered topics such as the Protection of Fundamental Rights and the Future of Labuor Relations; New Technologies and Employee Privacy Management; Telework, its Revolution and the Fundamental Right to Disconnect; Combating Contemporary Slave Labor: New Challenges, and Regulatory Framework for the Internet and Work.
On the theme of New Technologies and Employee Privacy Management, Teresa Coelho Moreira said that the Brazilian labour reform had a good opportunity to regulate the issue that has been raised in relation to the control of the video surveillance, geolocation, internet control, social networks and harassment cases.
Furthermore, noted that there is no autonomous legal treatment of these issues in the labour reform. Although it contains an incision that may eventually be a little more taken advantage of. “It could have a more systematic treatment, that took care of more of that subject and related more these subjects, could have enriched this subject always defending the principles of the privacy”.
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