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  1. Legal news
    06 October 2020
    Spain: Remote working - main measures

    The Spanish Council of Ministers has approved the Royal Decree-Law 28/2020 of September 23rd, 2020, which is aimed at regulating remote working, after weeks of negotiations between the Government, trade unions and union ...

  2. Legal news
    19 March 2019
    Main employment measures approved by the Spanish Government on March 2019

    The main change with the highest impact is the obligation to record working time included in Chapter III of the Royal Decree-law 8/2019, of 8 March, on urgent measures on social protection (hereinafter "RDL 8/2019").

  3. Legal news
    13 October 2020
    Spain: Royal Decree-Law 30/2020, of September 29, of social measures defending employment

    Our Madrid Employment team has recently put together this newsletter, where you will find the highlights of the new Royal Decree-Law 30/2020, published 30th September, which contains several social measures with the ...

  4. Legal news
    19 March 2020
    COVID-19 Spain: FAQ

    Given the current situation caused by the Coronavirus COVID-19 (hereinafter, "CV"), and the measures announced by the government of the Community of Madrid, including the closure of educational centres, from Bird&Bird ...

  5. Legal news
    23 October 2020
    The Spanish Government approves new measures to reinforce equality plans and tackle the gender salary gap

    The Spanish Council of Ministries has approved new obligations regarding equality plans and equal pay between women and men, which have been put forward in the publication of the Royal Decree 901/2020 of 13 October, ...

  6. Legal news
    17 March 2020
    COVID-19 Spain: "State of alarm" and temporary reduction of workforce

    On 14 March 2020, the Spanish Government formally declared the "state of alarm", which implies amongst other measures the limitation of citizens' circulation rights and general closure of retail commerce.

  7. Legal news
    11 December 2018
    Los repartidores son empleados, no trabajadores autónomos, según una sentencia del Tribunal Supremo francés

    Por primera vez, el Tribunal Supremo francés ha dictaminado que los repartidores que trabajan para las plataformas de entrega online son empleados y no trabajadores autónomos.

  8. Legal news
    11 May 2020
    COVID-19: Guidance for Employers in Spain

    The outbreak of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) has sparked fears of a worldwide pandemic. Based on the World Health Organization’s declaration that this is a public health emergency of international concern, the Spanish ...

  9. Legal news
    18 December 2018
    'Riders' contra plataformas de reparto: El Supremo francés se posiciona

    Cinco Días publica un artículo de opinión de nuestro socio del Departamento Laboral, Miguel Pastur, en relación al estatus laboral de los repartidores a domicilio tras la sentencia del Tribunal Supremo Francés.