Os trabalhadores da indústria de software : flexíveis e precários?
Oliveira, Daniela Ribeiro de
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Considering the current labor crisis and the many forms that work have assumed precarious, informal, temporary or part-time -, our intention here is studying a set of workers whose rose as result of the development of information technology within the context of flexible capitalism: workers of software industry. The knowledge of information language is what defines the qualification and possibilities of these kind of workers within labor market, but in Brazilian case these kind of workers usually are submitted to atypical work contracts like work by project, part-time job, temporary job, outsourcing job and even kind of jobs protected by labor Brazilian laws. We semi-structured-interviews with eighteen workers whose continued employments were distributed of this way: six workers under Brazilian laws standard, five trainees, one free-lance, one Legal Entity Person , three entrepreneur partners and two public employees one public server and other a scholar. The research was done in São Carlos and Araraquara, cities located in the central region of São Paulo State. We to understand the workers point of view about the different types of labor contracts, to outline a profile of qualification these workers and their work trajectory and figure out the labor processes that they are submitted. In addition to interviews, we analyzed the content of specialized websites about Information Technology (IT) and software development, as well as available magazines and newspapers online and printed.