Workforce planning by employers may be the key following the end of the state of emergency

All forecasts point to a gradual recovery of activity, meaning that the return to normality may be accompanied by changes to businesses and to labor relations. COVID-19 and the declaration of the state of emergency have led to stagnation in many industries, with activity being brought to a standstill or a sharp drop in demand for […]

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The time has come to pay (or not to pay) the annual bonus

Once the financial year has ended, many companies make an analysis of their results for the purposes of paying their workers an annual bonus during the early part of the following year, in line with the terms set out in the company’s remunerations policy. However, the complicated nature of employment relationships means that, in certain […]

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Transfer of undertakings: resignation or unjustified dismissal?

Contracting involves an agreement between two companies or entities under which one of such companies or entities undertakes to perform work or provide a specific service to the other. In this regard and, due to the structure of our legal system, there is a great deal of labor conflict when a company decides to take […]

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