Rural Workers' Day in Uruguay
Rural Workers' Day in Uruguay is held on April 30. This event in the third decade of the month April is annual. Help us
This day, established by Law No. 19,000, states that April 30 of each year is declared as "Rural Workers' Day" (Día del Trabajador Rural), and is considered a non-working holiday for workers engaged in this activity. All workers of a rural enterprise are included, even if the worker does not specifically perform rural tasks.
According to the MTSS, the labor regulations on rural work include those persons who perform tasks under the direction of a rural employer, in exchange for a salary and other benefits.
A rural employer is any individual or legal entity that uses the services of subordinate workers to perform rural work outside urban areas.
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