Executive Search Argentina
Find the best-suited executives through executive search in Argentina. Our team will work with you on defining and detailing the role and making sure you are fully aware of all labor laws and norms as they relate to executive hires. We will recommend the best approach- a full time position or an interim position - depending on your industry, position and timeline. Browse below our database of international executives or contact one of our local recruiting experts about a specific search assignment that we can help you fill.
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We can appreciate how difficult it can be to find the ideal executive for your organization in Argentina. Let us do the search for you, within 7-10 days we will present you a selection of available candidates in Argentina.
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Labor Laws in Argentina
As a general rule the contract of employment is understood to be concluded for an unlimited period of time. Fixed-term contracts of employment are, however, permitted, provided they are in writing, and they cannot be concluded for more than five years. It is also possible to conclude a contract for casual work to meet exceptional and temporary requirements, whose duration cannot be foreseen at the time of concluding the contract. Also, it is permitted to conclude contracts of employment under modalities such as part-time work and apprenticeship.
The legal working time is eight hours per day and forty-eight hours per week. However, the regular working week does not exceed 44 hours for daily work, 42 hours for night work, and 36 hours where work is performed in hazardous or unhealthy environments. This is because work is normally not permitted on Saturday afternoon and Sunday. Nonetheless, the competent authority may authorize exceptions to this rule, and in practice it does.
Performing far below its potential, Argentina’s economy has been stifled by blatant disregard for both the rule of law and limited government. The private sector remains marginalized by structural and institutional impediments caused by ever-growing government encroachment into the marketplace.