"The Labour Process Reform" Thesis for the Degree of Bachelor of Laws Professor Guide: Mario Carvallo Vallejos

. AUTHORS: Sofia V. Manriquez M. Patricia Tapia 20 07 INTRODUCTION 11 CHAPTER I. CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK. 17 I.-General. 17 1. Backgro und to the Labour Law. 2. Concept of labor law. 3. Division of labor law. II .Labour Procedural Law. 22 1. Concept of procedural work. 2. Autonomy of the proc edural law of labor. CHAPTER II. ANALYSIS OF THE JUDICIARY LABOR AND BACKGROUND OF THE PROCEDURE REFORM WORK. 27 I.-Organization of Judicial Education. 27 1. Co mposition of the Judiciary Work with Law No. 20 022. 2. Organizational chart of the new labor courts. II .- History of the Law No. 20 087 on New Labour Procedur e. 32 1. Diagnosis of Chilean labor judiciary under the current legal framework. 2. The current work procedure. 3. The Forum for Justice Labor and Social Reform . CHAPTER III. OVERVIEW OF THE NEW PROCESS incorporated by Law No. 20 087. 47 7 I. "The Value Procedure. 47 II .- Appearance. 49 III.-The Competition. 50 1. Con cept and the new competition from labor courts. IV Training Procedure .- Princip les and Applications in the New Labour Procedure. 53 1. Top of bilateral and uni lateral. 2. Top Devices and inquisitive. Serial 3.Principio Legal Order, Discret ionary and Conventional. 4. Formal Principle of the Test, Rational and sound cri ticism. 5. Top of Orality, deeds and Protocolization. 6. Principle of Publicity and Secrecy. 7. Principle of the Mediation and Immediacy. 8. Principle of estopp el. 9. Top of the economy. 10. Principle of Good Faith 11. Top of Gratuity. V. Notification System in the New Labour Procedure. 75 1. General considerations. 2. Personal service. 3. Personal Service subsidiary. 4. Notification notices. 5. Notification by registered letter. 6. Notification b y the state daily. 7. Notice at the same audiences. 8 8. Electronic notification . VI .- precautionary measures. VII .- 81 Incident. 84 CHAPTER IV. GENERAL APPLI CATION PROCEDURES. 85 I. - The Quest. 86 II .- The Answer to the Complaint. 89 I II.-The High Court. 90 IV .- The Oral Judgement Hearing. 93 V. "The evidence in Particular 95 1. Exhibit. 2. Religious test. 3. Testimony. 4. Expert evidence. 5 . Referral of trades. 6. Any other measure of inquiry. VI .- The comments on the evidence. 100 VII .- The Minutes of the hearing of the trial. 100 VIII.-The Ass essment of the Evidence. 102 IX .- The Judgement. 102 X. - The content of the Ju dgement. 103 XI .- The Notice of Judgement XII.-105 Certificate of Judgement. XI II-105 Resources. 106 1. Appeal for clarification, correction or amendment. 2. A ppeal. 3. Appeal. 9) Processing appeal overall. b) Decisions appealable. c) Effe ct of proceedings. d) Surety. e) Subject of appeal. f) Deadline for appeal. g) H ow to bring the action. Requirements. h) Processing of second instance. i) The c ross appeal. j) Ways to end the appeal. 4. Appeal Made. a) True indeed appeal. b ) False action in fact. CHAPTER V. SPECIAL PROCEDURES. 124 I. - payment procedures. 125 1. General chara cteristics. 2. Scope. 3. Procedure. a) administrative phase. b) judicial phase. II .- Labor Probate Procedure. 129 1. Matters to which the procedure applies lab or protection. 2. Injury rights. 3. Features of the procedure. 4. Processing. 10 ) The complaint. b) Procedure. c) Evidence. d) Judgement. CHAPTER VI. JUDGEMENT OF COMPLIANCE WITH THE IMPLEMENTATION AND ENFORCEMENT OF LABOR. 139 I. - General Features. 140 II.-enforceable. 141 a) Processing. III.-Enforcement of the sente nce. 142 a) Procedure. b) protective measure. c) Covenant or installment payment agreement. d) Objection of the settlement. e) Exceptions. f) Seizure, sale, and auctions. g) Resources. IV .- Compliance with other enforceable labor. 146 CONC LUSION S. Bibliography 148. 155