Fighting against child labor in the world: Spanish companies’ obligations to eradicate it

On the World Day against Child Labor, we review the obligations that companies in Spain must comply with to eradicate child labor in the world. These measures translate into reporting duties on their own personnel and those of the companies in their value chain in terms of human rights, including child labor. We also flag […]

The definition of ‘person with disability’ for the calculation of the 2% quota

The definition of the concept of ‘person with disability’ includes those who have been recognized permanent total disability (PTD), full permanent disability (FPD) or mayor invalidity (MI) pensions and pensioners of passive classes who have a retirement pension or retirement pension for permanent incapacity for service or futility. The latest regulatory changes and those expected […]

How the Supreme Court counts periods of inactivity in seasonal contracts

We analyze the rulings of the Spanish Supreme Court on how periods of inactivity in seasonal contracts are counted for seniority bonus, loyalty bonus, professional promotion or severance pay.  During the not much more than two years in which the reform of Article 16 of the Workers’ Statute regulating seasonal contracts has been in force, […]

Reduction of the maximum working hours: 4-day week or fewer hours in annual calculation?

The question of whether to reduce working hours is being analyzed in different countries. There has been much comment in recent years about the possible reduction of the working week to 4 days. However, this change is not exempt from debate due to the impact it will have on the business organization. For a legislative […]

Occupational risk prevention, in adaptation phase to a new working environment

Close to the World Day for Safety and Health at Work, we review some of the challenges posed by occupational risk prevention and its regulation, such as, for example, achieving its true integration into company management, the framework of corporate responsibilities, considering different types of companies or the preventive legal status of self-employed workers.  Since […]

10 ways to attract and retain young talent in the company, with legal approach

Attracting and retaining young talent is one of the main objectives for companies. Incorporating the best profiles that have just joined the labor market into the workforce allows organizations to be more competitive, innovative, and diverse. The implementation of policies aimed at achieving these objectives requires knowledge of the possibilities offered by employment law. There […]

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