Valentina Kuscevic

Valentina Kuscevic



  • Labor and Employment Law

WSG Practice Industries




Her practice areas focus is employment and labor law, including complex and/or massive terminations, employee benefits, global compensation plans, hiring processes, outsourcing agreements, employment matters in M&A, labor due diligence processes internal investigations, labor auditing, advising clients in the establishment of a new company in Chile, among others.

Bar Admissions

Chile (2011).


  • Law, Universidad Católica de Chile.
  • Degree in Labor and Social Security Law, Universidad Católica de Chile (2012).
  • Master in Labor and Social Security , Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez (2015).
  • Course in Management of Workplace Harassment, Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez (2020).
Areas of Practice

Labor and Employment Law


Benefits of the Employment Protection Law and the Law that makes the Requirements for Access to Unemployment Insurance more Flexible are Extended
Carey, January 2021

On December 4 th , 2020, Supreme Decree No. 2,097 of the Ministry of Finance (hereinafter, the “ Decree ”) was published in the Official Gazette, which extends the enforcement of the benefits established in titles I and II of law No.21,227 (“ Employment Protection Act ”) and in law No...

New Sanitary Measures taken by Chilean Government for Travelers that Enter from Abroad
Carey, December 2020

Given the detection of the first case in Chile of the new Covid-19 variant, on December 30 th , 2020 the Exempt Resolution No...

LAW No.21,260, which Establishes Teleworking for Pregnant Employees in Case of State of Catastrophe, Extends the Maternity Dismissal Privilege That Expires Within the Current State of Catastrophe, and Others
Carey, September 2020

Law No.21,260 (the “Law”) which modifies the Labor Code to permit the remote work or teleworking to pregnant women in case of state of catastrophe, for a public calamity, due to an epidemic or pandemic arising from a contagious illness (the “State of Catastrophe”), and also establishes other exceptional rules, has been published in the Official Gazette on September 4th, 2020...