The thin red line between volunteer work and an employment relationship

Recent decades have seen the growth of what is known as the third sector, or non-profit sector, due, among other things, to the increasingly voluntary, altruistic and selfless participation of society in activities of general interest. The general situation of crisis and the rise in unemployment have fostered an upward trend in volunteer relationships in […]

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Currículum ciego

Blind cvs as a way of preventing discrimination

In recent years, the search for ways to prevent or reduce discrimination in the workplace has been one of the Spanish legislators’ main priorities and one of the most important problems to resolve. In particular, factors as diverse as age, gender, origin, personal appearance and even race and skin color may sometimes be a barrier […]

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Amending a contract

The limit for “self-terminating” a contract after a material modification to conditions

In the last quarter of 2016, the Supreme Court had occasion to rule on the possibility of rejecting the application of the employment contract termination mechanism contained in article 41.3 of the Workers’ Statute (WS) where the harm suffered by the worker is not evidenced. The facts of the case were as follows. In December […]

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Future regulatory framework of employment law: 55 proposals

After 10 months with a caretaker Government in Spain and therefore a limitation of its most important powers (in particular, promoting legislative and political initiatives), a new legislature has now commenced in which we are therefore likely to see the implementation of changes to legislation that will affect a number of areas of Spanish law, […]

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