In the business world, posting workers abroad to fulfil a specific objective is widespread. Depending on the type of posting, the company must meet one or other requirements and obligations.
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In Spain, private companies with between 50 and 249 workers need to implement whistleblowing to report criminal, unethical or irregular behaviour by the company, its employees, or third parties. The four-year period to do it ends on 17 December 2023.
Article 18.2 of Law 10/2021 of 9 July on remote work establishes the obligation for companies to have an internal policy defining the modalities of exercising the right to disconnection and the training and awareness-raising actions for staff on the reasonable use of technological tools.
The end of the state of emergency in Spain marks 9 August as the end date for remote working. However, the entry into force of RDL 28/2020 encourages this type of work, whose mixed remote working models are becoming more apparent. Companies will have to adapt their labour regulations to the new law.
The new CJEU judgment questions the interpretation of Spanish case law regarding the calculation of collective dismissals thresholds, also known as ‘the timing rules’.
Royal Decree 902/2020 on equal pay incorporates the obligation for all companies in Spain, regardless of the number of employees, to establish a pay register disaggregated by sex and professional categories.
Christmas hampers are not regarded, per se, as a vested right of workers. However, the specific circumstances of its regulation in each company need to be analysed case by case.
The Royal Decree-law 30/2020 on social measures in defense of employment addresses extensions for force majeure Temporary Redundancy Plans, as well as Temporary Redundancy Plans due to economic, technical, organizational, or production reasons linked to COVID-19. It also introduces Temporary Redundancy Plans for impeded or limited activities.
The health crisis by COVID-19 has exponentially increased the number of people working remotely, in particular, those teleworking in Spain. The lack of a specific regulation, however, caused legal uncertainty for both the company and the workers. Hence, the Spanish Government has decided to regulate this type of work.
The Royal Decree-law 24/2020 of 26 June provides for specific labour measures to mitigate the impact of the new pandemic outbreaks on the activity of companies in Spain: ERTEs on the grounds of force majeure and ERTE due “to resurgence” of COVID-19.