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LUZ, Alex Faverzani da  and  SANTIN, Janaína Rigo. Work relationship and its regulations in Brazil since the revolution of 1930. História [online]. 2010, vol.29, n.2, pp.268-278. ISSN 1980-4369.

Due to the Revolution occurred in 1930, the figure of the State through the policies of Getúlio Vargas, takes on an interventionist attitude committed to the social question. It is inserted, in this social perspective, the process of regulation of labor relationship through legislation, which resulted in intense debates and disputes between the employer class, the working class and the State. From this scenario on, we intend to develop a study based on labor rights achieved at the time, through the struggles and social movements by the working class, which really helped that the State, in terms of pressure, mediated the interests of the classes involved. To achieve this goal, the methodology was based on research in bibliographic works relevant to the thematics, and also analyzing the rights and labor standards coming from the constitutions enacted by then. Thus, it is attempted to rank the paths of labor regulation in Brazil and demonstrate the main role of the State in the economic development process of the country, and through the standardization of work it was aimed to overcome the reflections generated by the strong economic crisis that was being experienced during such time.

Keywords : Work relationship; Labor regulation; The Revolution of 1930.

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