Businessman driving a car

Accidents to/from work when the route is changed to take a colleague home

According to figures from the Ministry of Employment and Social Security, in 2016 there were a total of 46,845 traffic accidents to/from work, which constitutes an 8.4% increase in these types of accidents with respect to the previous year. In this context, the Supreme Court continues to shape its criteria when classifying as an occupational […]

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worker strike

New developments in the right to strike

Not long ago in this Blog we spoke about the extremely protectionist tendency of case law in relation to the right to strike, which prohibits practically all actions by businesses that directly or indirectly help to lessen its effects. However, we have recently encountered two rulings, one by the Supreme Court and the other by […]

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Time off work for union duties is not generated during the holidays

The recent judgment by the Supreme Court of February 1, 2017 confirms its thinking in 2015 which held that time off work for union duties during the holiday period did not have a legal basis because it is paid leave that cannot be enjoyed when the employee is not working. In the case reviewed by […]

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La falta de prioridad aplicativa del convenio de centro de trabajo

The lack of priority in the application of the collective labor agreement of the work center

A major new change brought by the 2012 labor reform was the principle that companywide collective labor agreements take priority over sectoral collective labor agreements in matters such as wages, compensation for overtime, timetable and distribution of working time, shift work arrangements, vacation planning, etc.; in other words, the most important working conditions for both […]

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LA MENSAJERÍA INSTANTÁNEA COMO “MEDIO HÁBIL” DE COMUNICACIÓN EN LAS RELACIONES LABORALES

Instant messaging as a “valid means” of communication in labor relations

As we indicated in a previous post published on December 1, 2015, in its judgment of September 21, 2015, the Labor Chamber of the Supreme Court held that the clauses included in a company’s employment contracts which enabled it to notify its employees through text messages or e-mail were null and void. The Court held […]

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Should there be equal working conditions at outsourced service providers and client companies?

The outsourcing of services in different sectors and areas of activity has given rise to the appearance of so-called multiservice firms, firms which, as their name indicates, provide various services falling under different areas of application of industry collective labor agreements. However, many of them have chosen to regulate their relationships with employees under preferentially […]

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