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Temas y Debates

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CARNE, Martín. Registered Salaried Employment Created in the Province of Santa Fe by Private Sector Companies: Attributes and Recent Dynamics (2011-2016). Temas debates (En línea) [online]. 2017, n.34, pp.127-155. ISSN 1853-984X.

With the economic recovery that began in Argentina in 2002-2003, the increase in salaried employment in general and the registered in particular (although the latter is far from tolerable levels) has overshadowed for some time the previous debates about the "end of work" and the erosion of the "fordist" wage relationship. However, in recent years, these would appear to be revived with the weakening of economic growth and the difficulties in sustaining and expanding the level of registered wage employment. Using data from the Argentine Social Security System of the Federal Public Revenue Administration, the article analyzes the evolution of private salaried and registered employment in the Province of Santa Fe between the 1st. trimester of 2011 and the same period of 2016 (discriminating Gran Rosario and Santa Fe urban agglomerates and the five administrative regions of the provincial territory) with the objective of identifying the economic activities and company sizes that have generated this type of employment. The findings indicate that the growth of this employment lost vigor in the period. Administrative activities and support services and Education gained participation in the composition of formal wage employment while “micro” companies (1-5 employees), which account for 75% of companies fiscally domiciled in the province and employ 15% of salaried and registered workers, lost percentage share in job creation in favor of “large” companies (over 100 employees), which are equivalent to just over 1% of companies and account for almost 40% of salaried and registered workers.

Palabras clave : Salaried and registered private employment; Argentine integrated previsional system; Santa Fe province; Size and economic activity of employer firms.

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