Employment (Labour) Law

Employment Law in Spain: Redundancy for “Economic Reasons”

17/12/2018
Employment Law in Spain: Redundancy for “Economic Reasons”

Due to the economic situation that Spain has gone through in the last few years, and the pressure that the Government has come under to liberalise employment laws, a number of important changes to Employment law in Spain were made in 2012 and 2013, which made the dismissal of employees for economic reasons relatively easier […]

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Kartik, Paris

22/06/2018

Very satisfied with the service provided by Marianne. She speaks English fluently and she was very quick, comprehensive and clear in answering all the questions.

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Craig Beazeley, Benidorm

11/10/2017

My lawyer Juan was very helful and I couldn’t have expected any more from him. Will certainly be using his services again.

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Oliver, Madrid

21/06/2016

I was very satisfied with David. He was very helpful and always happy to assist and I will use his services again in the future.

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Getting fired in Spain

08/04/2015
Getting fired in Spain

In last month’s article we discussed dismissal from employment based on financial grounds…We revealed that there is a reasonably good possibility of challenging such a dismissal.

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Company permitted to monitor employees’ email accounts

10/10/2013
Company permitted to monitor employees’ email accounts

The Constitutional Court in Madrid has ruled that the monitoring of an employee’s email account by the employer company did not infringe the employee’s constitutional right to privacy nor the right under the Spanish Constitution not to have private communications intercepted, particularly those communications made by telephone, telegraph, or post, in the absence of a […]

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265,000 work inspections planned during anti-black market campaign

27/04/2011
265,000 work inspections planned during anti-black market campaign

The effects of the economic crisis continue to be felt and with as much as 25% of the Spanish economy believed to be outside the purview of the state and an estimated 400,000 illegal workers, the government is planning to get tough with a series of measures designed to impact on the black market. The […]

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