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Labor Minister Oswaldo Vera supervised the resumption of production activities of US personal care company Kimberly-Clark in Venezuela in order to protect the employees’ rights

Labor Minister Oswaldo Vera supervised the resumption of production activities of US personal care company Kimberly-Clark in Venezuela in order to protect the employees’ rights

Labor Minister Oswaldo Vera claimed the Venezuelan government would protect employees of US personal care company Kimberly-Clark, which recently announced an indefinite halt in operations in the country due to the current economic crisis.

During a broadcast on Monday on state-run TV channel Venezolana de Televisión (VTV), Vera monitored the seizure of the plant, located at the San Vicente sector of Maracay city, north-central Aragua state. There, they activated the manufacturing plant of sanitary napkins, among other personal care products.

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This move resulted from the enforcement of Article 149 of the Labor Organic Law, which reads that in the event of unlawful shutdown of a company and upon its employees’ request, the Labor Ministry is authorized to order takeover and resume the plant activities to protect the employees’ rights.

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