Labor Newsletter - May 2017


May newsletter prepared by professionals from the Labor & Employment Department.

The Tribune of Federico Durán:

  • Daily working hours record: the supreme court doesn’t like shortcuts


  • The effects of not observing the correspondence principle in collective bargaining
  • The data a protection officer
  • Thefts, dismissals and videotapes

Newsl roundup:

  • The awaited social security agreement with China
  • Battery of labor and life/work balance measures in the European Union
  • Opening of the labor relations panel on occupational health and safety
  • Unions’ proposal on the panel for employment and employment quality
  • First meeting of the task force for the social welfare card

Judgments. Compulsory reading

Topical legislation update


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