Labour law is the set of rules and principles that regulate legal relations between employer and employee based on a voluntary, subordinate and remunerated supply of human work with the goal of guaranteeing the completion of the parties taking part in the professional relation.

The extinction of the Management Contract in Spain

The employment contract for executive managers is regulated in Spain by the provisions established in Royal Regulation 1382/85 of 1st August, regulating the special employment relationship of executive managers. Considered as executive managers are those, who are qualified by the following characteristics: The exercise of powers which are inherent to the legal entitlement of the […]

Despido improcedente en españa

Redundancies in Spain in times of crisis: economic and productive reasons

The Spanish Code of Labour Law (Estatuto de los Trabajadores) sets out a particular type of redundancy known as redundancy based on objective reasons. There are several reasons for which a company could carry out this type of redundancy. We are going to focus on the most common reasons, which usually take place during times […]

Labour Reform in Spain through Royal Decree-Law 10/2010

On June 16, the Government of Spain passed Royal Decree-Law 10/2010, with urgent measures for reforming the labour market. This is a reform that has been developing over last three years, and where social agents, companies, and unions have not been able to reach any agreement. In light of this lack of accord, as well […]