The new government in Spain has begun to act on it’s promises to overhaul Spain’s labour laws with the announcement of a new package of measures which include the reduction of redundancy payments from 45 days to 33 days per year worked for new workers. The aim is to make the Spanish work force more flexible and thereby to increase employment.
A whole raft of new measures were announced with a particular emphasis being placed on finding work for those who are long-term as well as young unemployed. Fiscal benefits are to be introduced for small companies who hire young people, offering a permanent contract.
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