Is a guild a union?

Is a guild a union?

Company union

Based on this assumption, the right to free and democratic union organization has been regulated by Law 23551 and its regulatory decree 467/88. This infra-constitutional regulation raises, among other classifications, the existence of two types of Trade Union Associations, namely Trade Union Associations with Trade Union Membership and Trade Union Associations with Simple Trade Union Registration. Within these classifications, each one of them has rights according to its status and representativeness.

Specifically, the purpose is to determine whether the Argentine trade union model set forth by Law 23551 is constitutional, if so, to analyze its advantages and disadvantages and to propose the necessary improvements for the effective enjoyment of the right to free and democratic trade union organization.

What is specifically sought is to retrace the characteristics of the Argentine trade union model, its advantages and disadvantages, both from a doctrinal and jurisprudential viewpoint and above all with a strong presence in the reality of Argentine labor relations, in order to then propose the reforms and/or modifications and/or interpretations necessary for the effective enjoyment of the constitutionally enshrined right.

Similarities between guild and union

Guild is a group of people who have the same trade or profession. In human history, guilds have existed almost since its beginnings and more especially since the first origins of civilization, when people began to specialize in certain social tasks: shepherds, weavers, potters, farmers, priests, doctors, etc.[2][2

Currently, professional associations and compulsory membership unions are organized as guild corporations, as in the case of closed shop unions, as in the United States.[11] Sometimes the word “guild” is used to describe a trade union, but sometimes the word “guild” is used to refer to a trade union.

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Sometimes the word “guild” is used as a synonym for “union”, but strictly speaking “guild” is a broader term than “union”, since it covers all the persons working in that professional field, while the union is an association that covers only the persons who voluntarily decide to join it, even though it generally represents the guild as a whole. [12] The expression “trade union activity” refers to the actions and services for the benefit of the trade union, employers’ chambers, professional associations, mutual organizations and other trade associations.[13][14] The term “trade union activity” refers to the actions and services performed by trade unions, employers’ chambers, professional associations, mutual organizations and other trade associations for the benefit of the trade union.

Differences between guilds and unions

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Guilds today

According to the International Labor Organization (ILO), Social Security is the protection that a society provides to individuals and households to ensure access to medical care and guarantee income security, particularly in the event of old age, unemployment, illness, disability, occupational accidents, maternity or loss of a breadwinner.

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In Chile and the Americas, the late 19th century saw enormous economic and social changes, and workers and their families demanded better working and subsistence conditions. At the beginning of the 20th century, social insurance was established and international agreements related to social security were signed.

In Chile, the State has promoted a set of laws, policies and social protection measures, called the Pension System. The purpose of this system is to protect people against contingencies that prevent them from generating income at different stages of their lives, such as old age, unemployment, illness, disability, work accidents, maternity or loss of a breadwinner.