Claudia Jimena Arévalo Santa María

DOI: 10.59427/rcli/2023/v23cs.755-765

The objective of the study was to understand the infraction due to the refusal to provide information to the Sunafil inspection personnel typified in numeral 46.3 of article 46 of the Regulation of the General Labor Inspection Law (RLGIT), from the edge of its conceptualization, nature and typology. , seeking the ideal legal treatment for this type of infractions, since the companies incur in at least two very serious infractions due to the refusal to provide information to the inspection personnel. The research approach was qualitative, exploratory level, basic type and phenomenological design. The data collection techniques were the interview and documentary analysis. The 10 participants in this investigation were made up of Sunafil public servants and officials, as well as independent lawyers with extensive experience in inspection and sanction procedures before Sunafil. It is concluded that the infraction is configured with the omission of the inspected subject to provide the required information and documentation (with intention or recklessness) that results in the frustration of the labor inspection, implying the will or intention to obstruct the inspector’s actions, as well as the breach of a legal duty that imposes, on the inspected subject, an act desired or expected by the administration (collaboration).

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