Jocelyn Aros is a member of our firm’s Labor Group.
Jocelyn Aros focuses her professional practice primarily on labor issues. She has provided counsel to companies of different areas, both in corporate and litigation matters, especially those of high complexity.
She is a lawyer with vast experience in labor and pension law. Since the beginning of her career, she has focused on providing comprehensive and direct counsel to her clients, always focusing on offering solutions that allow them to make the best possible decision.
Labor, Labor litigation, Compliance.
In this way, she has worked with large clients from different fields, from the health sector to mining, advising not only in highly complex lawsuits that include anti-union practices, guardianships for the violation of fundamental rights, wrongful terminations, and work accidents, among others, but also on labor matters regarding both individual and collective labor law. For example, she provides counsel on corporate matters, such as the processing of essential services, preparation of labor due diligence, or drafting of labor documents with participation in the collective bargaining process.
In addition to the above, she has a strong interest in conducting training mainly for companies on different topics, from fundamental rights to salaries.
Lawyer, University of Chile (2006).
Diploma in Litigation of New Procedures, Pontifical Catholic University of Chile (2015).
Master’s Degree in Labor and Pension Law, Adolfo Ibáñez University (2018).
Senior Associate, Albagli Zaliasnik (2020 to date).
Legal counsel lawyer, Codelco Distrito Norte (2019-2020).
Labor consultant, law firm Lizama y Compañía (2014-2019).
Labor and pension advisor, Labor Bulletin (2012-2014).
Labor consultant, Legal Publishing – Thomson Reuters (2011-2012).
Teaching experience and memberships
Professor of Labor and Tax Law course at the Faculty of Engineering, UTEM (2017-2018).
Legal defense of a State company in a high-amount unfair practices case, implying considerable monetary savings, in not being required to pay the contested bonus.
Advice on collective bargaining to an important mining company during the COVID-19 pandemic, which ended in a collective agreement with significant savings.
Comprehensive advice in a company’s termination case with a current union organization.
Revocation of judgment that in the first instance condemned the client to comply with a port strike agreement.
Counsel to financial company in everyday labor matters, from relationships with union organizations to labor lawsuits.