Two out of Ten Job Openings in Brazil Are for Daily or Hourly Work

Intermittent work, regulated under new legislation, beats records in June. Magazine Luíza's court victory in a labor dispute of this kind boosts businesspeople. New labor rules are pending in the Senate.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Introduced with the 2017 labor reform, the ultra-flexible intermittent employment system allows the employee to render services only when requested by the employer, for a certain number of hours or days, but assures the rights granted by the CLT (Labor Code) , such as proportional vacation and thirteenth salary.

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