José Jorge Rodríguez Figueroa, Esaú Vargas Human

DOI: 10.59427/rcli/2023/v23cs.2830-2837

This article, related to job dismissal by employers, which is uncaused and fraudulent (DLIF), aimed to explain why it is not expressed in (D.S. 003-097-TR), despite being protected from the article 22 to 27, of the Peruvian Constitution of 1993, on the right to work, which every person has, however the actions of employers violate the principle of (typicality), right to morality, to fair compensation, leaving in a state of abandonment and defenselessness and causes serious damage by being left without work. The methodology used is a basic type, quantitative approach, with a non-experimental-cross-sectional design, the results that stand out, reflecting the violation of the constitutional rights of the dismissed worker (DLIF), since according to the statistical data a degree of correlation of 0.946, which implies a strong positive correlation. It is concluded that the labor rights of dismissed workers (DLIF) are violated, based on the Weighting Theory of Ferrajoli (2007), Alexis (2002) and Atienza (2012).

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