The national government, headed by the Ministry of Labor and the Ministry of Information Technology and Communications, proposes regularly more than 700 digital platforms that operate in the country.
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The decision was made known at a tripartite dialogue table, advanced by myworkin which different scenarios and new ways of working are analyzed.
According to the Government, the regulation of this industry contributes to supplying primary needs and contributing to the country’s productivity.
«Regardless of the type of work, how it is generated, where there is a worker there must be a guarantee so that there is no precariousness, which means that there is social security protection,» said the Minister of Labor, Gloria Inés Ramirez.
For her part, the ICT Minister, Sandra Milena Urrutia, said that the lack of regulation of digital platforms is a debt that is owed to the country: «Precisely all the experiences of both the workers, the people who contribute in this very They have suffered an important period of the year for society, as well as businessmen, and it is the golden moment to agree, to be able to bring a proposal and have a regulatory framework that leads to this progress because digital issues are the future and the present”.