Diseño de guía de conciliación para la resolución de conflictos en los Juzgados Laborales de Pasto, Colombia

Thesis Subjects > Psychology
Subjects > Social Sciences
Ibero-american International University > Teaching > Final Master Projects
Ibero-american International University > Teaching > Final Master Projects
Cerrado Español La conflictividad en las relaciones laborales entre empleadores y trabajadores pueden darse si la informalidad de la vinculación de mano de obra se encuentra presente. Muchos desacuerdos de este tipo llegan a los juzgados para ser resueltos por vía judicial, es así que la conciliación se convierte en una alternativa para alcanzar acuerdos satisfactorios y terminar el conflicto de manera anticipada. Sin embargo, la congestión de los juzgados y la falta de conocimiento de los intervinientes acerca de la conciliación dificultan la resolución de este tipo de conflictos. Mediante la revisión documental se describió el marco constitucional y legal de la conciliación en materia laboral en Colombia y se obtuvo el número de procesos laborales terminados con sentencia judicial y en conciliación. Además, se aplicó una entrevista semiestructurada a seis jueces laborales del departamento de Nariño, en la que dan a conocer su perspectiva y experiencia en el uso de la conciliación. Dichas respuestas se tomaron en cuenta al iniciar la etapa de diseño. De la metodología aplicada se determinó que la conciliación es el mecanismo adecuado para dar solución a conflictos laborales ya que permite la participación activa de las partes con la intervención del juez, quien prepara la audiencia de conciliación y utiliza metodologías y estilos de liderazgo, así como la asistencia de su equipo de alto desempeño como parte de su gestión estratégica dentro del despacho judicial. La participación de los involucrados se motiva por la libertad de dialogo y por la posibilidad de reducir o evitar pagos o perdidas en el patrimonio económico. La guía de conciliación para Jueces Labores, reorientará el adecuado desarrollo del trámite de conciliación y concienciará sobre los objetivos y alcance de esta alternativa, además de marcar un precedente siento la primera este tipo en la región. metadata Andrade Arevalo, Luz Amalia mail luzamaliaaa@gmail.com (2022) Diseño de guía de conciliación para la resolución de conflictos en los Juzgados Laborales de Pasto, Colombia. Masters thesis, Universidad Internacional Iberoamericana México.

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La conflictividad en las relaciones laborales entre empleadores y trabajadores pueden darse si la informalidad de la vinculación de mano de obra se encuentra presente. Muchos desacuerdos de este tipo llegan a los juzgados para ser resueltos por vía judicial, es así que la conciliación se convierte en una alternativa para alcanzar acuerdos satisfactorios y terminar el conflicto de manera anticipada. Sin embargo, la congestión de los juzgados y la falta de conocimiento de los intervinientes acerca de la conciliación dificultan la resolución de este tipo de conflictos. Mediante la revisión documental se describió el marco constitucional y legal de la conciliación en materia laboral en Colombia y se obtuvo el número de procesos laborales terminados con sentencia judicial y en conciliación. Además, se aplicó una entrevista semiestructurada a seis jueces laborales del departamento de Nariño, en la que dan a conocer su perspectiva y experiencia en el uso de la conciliación. Dichas respuestas se tomaron en cuenta al iniciar la etapa de diseño. De la metodología aplicada se determinó que la conciliación es el mecanismo adecuado para dar solución a conflictos laborales ya que permite la participación activa de las partes con la intervención del juez, quien prepara la audiencia de conciliación y utiliza metodologías y estilos de liderazgo, así como la asistencia de su equipo de alto desempeño como parte de su gestión estratégica dentro del despacho judicial. La participación de los involucrados se motiva por la libertad de dialogo y por la posibilidad de reducir o evitar pagos o perdidas en el patrimonio económico. La guía de conciliación para Jueces Labores, reorientará el adecuado desarrollo del trámite de conciliación y concienciará sobre los objetivos y alcance de esta alternativa, además de marcar un precedente siento la primera este tipo en la región.

Item Type: Thesis (Masters)
Uncontrolled Keywords: Guía, Conciliación, Conflicto laboral, Descongestión, Resolución de conflictos
Subjects: Subjects > Psychology
Subjects > Social Sciences
Divisions: Ibero-american International University > Teaching > Final Master Projects
Ibero-american International University > Teaching > Final Master Projects
Date Deposited: 24 Oct 2023 23:30
Last Modified: 24 Oct 2023 23:30
URI: https://repositorio.unib.org/id/eprint/1064

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