El expatriado: “una historia de ida y vuelta”

The expat: “a return journey”

In a previous blog entry we looked into some of the concerns that are frequently generated in global human resources and employment relations environments, specifically when foreign companies and employees disembark in Spain. We will now focus on the opposite phenomenon, that is, the dynamic of assigning workers abroad, a situation which, rather than a […]

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Welcome to Spain…

The now famous adage “Spain is different” is one of those set phrases that we say to tourists and foreign visitors and it is not unusual for those of us who work in global human resources and employment relations environments to also offer these explanations to our counterparts/clients abroad who have an interest (actual or […]

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Can I go to work in shorts?

September has arrived, the days are getting shorter and it will be autumn soon. Most of us have returned from our holidays, but the days are still hot and some employees are reluctant to change back into formal office attire. Many workers ask: can I go to work in shorts? The employer’s reply will depend […]

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Know The Rules Businessman Holding in Hand New technologies

The importance of having rules in place on the use of it tools

In this day and age, the corporate world, and with it society in general, is inseparable from the intensive use of information technology, which has revolutionized communications, access to information, and it may even be said, the daily life of individuals and companies, and continues to do so. In the corporate world, alongside the undeniable […]

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Broadened basis for computation of severance pay

It used to be widely held by the courts that employers’ contributions to workers’ life insurance, medical insurance and pension plans had to be left out of the basis for computation of severance pay. Their reasoning was that according to the definition of salary contained in article 26 of the Workers’ Statute (Estatuto de los […]

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Is “venting” on a social network a ground for dismissal?

This past March, the High Court of Justice of Extremadura upheld a judgment that had declared as unjustified the dismissal of a worker who had posted on a well-known social network a series of statements against his company and his colleagues for not finding someone to cover for him on the occasion of the death […]

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