65-2023 Collective Bargaining Agreements in Spain

Can my company apply for more than one collective bargaining agreement in Spain?

In a complex labor environment, companies engaged in diverse activites face uncertainty regarding the application of collective bargaining agreements in industrial relations. There is an ongoing debate about the feasibility of utilizing different agreements versus a single agreement. Critical factors such as corporate purpose, turnover, and contracting activities play a pivotal role in making this decision.

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37 2023 Collective labour disputes

Collective Labour Disputes in Spain

The collective dispute is a procedure invoked due to disagreements in labour matters in Spain. It involves a general interest claim made by a group of workers regarding the application and interpretation of a state regulation, collective agreement or a decision or practice adopted by a company.

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62 2022 Illegal transfer workers

Illegal Transfer of Workers in Spain: Know the Risks?

The transfer of workers is prohibited in Spain; temporary employment agencies (TEAs or ETTs in Spain) are the only entities authorized to hire temporary staff and place them at the disposal of another company. Companies must comply with this regulation, as the legal and economic consequences of committing irregularities in this matter can be drastic.

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02 2023 The Workers' Statute in Spain

What is the Workers’ Statute?

The Workers’ Statute is the legislation that aims to protect the worker’s labour rights, establishes rules for collective bargaining, and defines the responsibilities of employers and employees in Spain.

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24 2022 Remote working in Spain

Critical points of the remote working in Spain

The critical points of remote working refer to the compensation of expenses, digital disconnection, and the prevention of occupational risks. In the following article, we analyse the critical and most controversial elements of Law 10/2021, in force in Spain since October 1st 2021.

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