Striking a work/life balance with covid-19: the new rules on working hours during the plan for easing lockdown

The different phases in the easing of lockdown include going back to work and with this, the need to strike a work/life balance. However, this time there is an additional problem – no school – and those that tend to take care of the children over the holidays (the grandparents) are some of the people […]

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Issues to consider in recovering paid time off during the state of emergency

Pursuant to Royal Decree-law 10/2020 of March 29, 2020, as from the end of the state of emergency on June 21 until December 31, 2020, companies will be able to recover the hours of their workers on paid leave from March 30 to April 9, 2020. The Royal Decree-law forced all workers that were not […]

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Labor jurisdiction adapts to covid-19: on-line trials, preferential processing and time limits

  The health crisis has caused an authentic revolution in the field of Justice. The suspension of proceedings and arrival of new matters directly related to the consequences of the pandemic have made it necessary to take measures in order to meet the new needs of the labor jurisdiction, which was already overburdened. The following […]

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COVID-19 has given rise to the greatest labor experiment in the history of the world

One of the consequences of COVID-19 has been the complete transformation of labor relations, with a series of challenges for which legislation was not always prepared. Telework in general, the difficult conciliation, virtual meetings and changes in the organization of work have tested both companies and workers in recent weeks. Since the beginning of the […]

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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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Resuming of non-essential activities: What should be taken into account?

The role of companies as guarantors of the health and safety of their employees is having an impact on the general welfare of the population. The following is a review of everything companies have to take into account in this new scenario, after resuming non-essential activities. Thursday, April 9 saw the formal termination of the […]

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