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OSCAR APARICIO IRALA

Labouror Law and Human Resource Management
Renowned lawyer, graduated from University San Martin de Porres, with prolific uninterrupted activity of over 27 years in the private sector. He also joined the public service as an lawyer for the General Registries Subdirectorate of the Ministry of Labour and Employment Promotion.

He acquired a wide skillset through his experience in management of human resources areas of multiple entities, in the private and public sector at a nationwide level.

 

He has been a professor for many years at the Pontifica Universidad Catolica del Peru and the Ricardo Palma University, teaching courses on Individual Labour Relations, Collective Labour Relations and Business Ethics.

OSCAR APARICIO IRALA
Labouror Law and Human Resource Management

info@galvezmonteagudo.pe

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EDUCATION
LLB Law at USMP – Universidad San Martin de Porres
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MA Organizational Behaviour and Human Resources at Ricardo Palma University

DIPLOMAS AND COURSES
Diploma in Human Resources at Ricardo Palma University
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Seminar “SUNAFIL and collective labour relations and labour discrimination” of the National Superintendence of Labour Inspection” – SUNAFIL

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Specialization seminar in Safety and Health at Work of the Ministry of Labour and Employment Promotion

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Specialization in Labour Law against the Covid-19 Pandemic at the Lima Bar Association

SPEAKER
Peru – Ricardo Palma University – Speaker at the conference “The Workday and Obligation to Pay Overtime”
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Peru – Ricardo Palma University – Coordinator of the Virtual Education Project 200 for the Professional Study Programme by Work Experience – EPEL
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Peru – Pontifica Universidad Catolica del PERU (PUCP) – Professor in Individual Relations and Collective Labour Relations
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Peru – Ricardo Palma University – Professor of Ethics

Renowned lawyer, graduated from University San Martin de Porres, with prolific uninterrupted activity of over 27 years in the private sector. He also joined the public service as an lawyer for the General Registries Subdirectorate of the Ministry of Labour and Employment Promotion.

He acquired a wide skillset through his experience in management of human resources areas of multiple entities, in the private and public sector at a nationwide level.

 

He has been a professor for many years at the Pontifica Universidad Catolica del Peru and the Ricardo Palma University, teaching courses on Individual Labour Relations, Collective Labour Relations and Business Ethics.

OSCAR APARICIO IRALA
Labouror Law and Human Resource Management

info@galvezmonteagudo.pe

LinkedinInstagram
EDUCATION
LLB Law at USMP – Universidad San Martin de Porres
_________

MA Organizational Behaviour and Human Resources at Ricardo Palma University

DIPLOMAS AND COURSES
Diploma in Human Resources at Ricardo Palma University
_________

Seminar “SUNAFIL and collective labour relations and labour discrimination” of the National Superintendence of Labour Inspection” – SUNAFIL

_________
Specialization seminar in Safety and Health at Work of the Ministry of Labour and Employment Promotion

_________

Specialization in Labour Law against the Covid-19 Pandemic at the Lima Bar Association

SPEAKER
Peru – Ricardo Palma University – Speaker at the conference “The Workday and Obligation to Pay Overtime”
_________

Peru – Ricardo Palma University – Coordinator of the Virtual Education Project 200 for the Professional Study Programme by Work Experience – EPEL
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Peru – Pontifica Universidad Catolica del PERU (PUCP) – Professor in Individual Relations and Collective Labour Relations
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Peru – Ricardo Palma University – Professor of Ethics

INTERVIEW

Why specialise in labour law?

By vocation, it is like love you don’t know when it started, but surely you do know and feel that it is there and always challenges your efforts.

What is its role in our society?

Labour law is an extraordinary mean to harmonise the market economy, achieving the necessary balance between the law, ethics (conduct) and business; without forgetting or neglecting the aims of modern business.

What is needed in the country to be able to comply with formality in the workplace?

Commitment and honesty, notwithstanding that the State must understand that its transcendental role goes beyond creating labour standards that sometimes very ideal, but unfeasible because they expensive or complex to implement.

 

Only by promoting the intense development of private companies and market economy, will massive sustainable employment and progress be generated for a country.  This is a history lesson that we have yet to learn as a country.

How to reach good terms between employer and worker?

Reaching a harmony of interests of both parties.  The “win-to-win” brought to reality.

As a result of the pandemic, how do you think the labour legislation should be modified or changed?

The State has to prioritise the sustainability of economic income for the worker and the company.  A labour legislation that is closed and focuses on maintaining absolute or relative job stability and pre-pandemic job benefits is very hard to sustain; the State should consider, at least temporarily reducing or eliminating social benefits so that more people have jobs and something to take home, and that the company has at least profitability; otherwise, it can only close and turn off the light.

The productive system has and will have great difficulties to face any market contraction due to the pandemic.  This is already seen in the loss of millions of jobs here and in the world.

What activities do you carry out in the intellectual field?

I love reading and attending virtual gatherings on labour law and jurisprudence.
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