The “à la carte” working day is once again challenging companies in Spain. Beyond the impact on the organization of working days and shifts, workers’ demands can provide guarantees of indemnity against possible dismissals.
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Law degree from the Complutense University of Madrid, Double Master’s Degree in Access to Law and in Business Legal Advice at the Instituto de Empresa Law School. Practice areas: procedural labour law and employment law. Working languages: English and Spanish. For any query Contact José Luis Carrascosa
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The Spanish justice system begins to call into question the à la carte working day when it appreciates that the organisational causes founded by the company are more relevant than the purposes alleged by the workers who request the adaptation of their working hours.
Community regulation and, by transposition, Spanish regulation, allow companies to use qualified electronic signatures as a fully effective and legally valid instrument for signing contracts and other employment documents.