Author: María José Calvet Francés
What happens when an employee with an indefinite-term contract for seasonal work does not respond to the call to resume work?
One of the main innovations of the last labor reform was the introduction of indefinite-term contracts for seasonal work in companies and sectors in which they had never been used before. However, the new regulation has not resolved certain doubts, such as, for example, how to act in the event a worker fails to respond […]read more
Spain: Employers face new labor challenges following the legal changes in the road transport of goods
The reform, aimed at improving the sustainability of the road transport of goods and functioning of the logistics chain, passed in March 2022 as a result of the protests by truck drivers, includes measures such as those preventing drivers from carrying out loading and unloading work. This means that the companies that contract carirers and […]read more
The difference in pay between the genders not only affects women during their working life, but also drags on afterwards, even in retirement. In March 2020, the average public pension benefit for men was €1,332.35 in Spain, versus only €877.39 for women, according to data published in the Secretary of State for Social Security’s digital […]read more
Women’s Day has arrived, accompanied this year by important new features in the legislation on equal treatment and equal opportunities for women and men in employment and occupation. Last Friday, March 1, 2019, the Council of Ministers approved a royal decree-law containing significant measures in this area. This legislation was finally published on March 7, […]read more