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  • Updated the minimum contribution bases to the SMI for 2024

    Following the approval of the minimum interprofessional salary (SMI) for 2024, Order PJC/281/2024, of 27th March, amending the contribution order for 2024 (Order PJC/51/2024, of 29th January), has been published in the Official State Bulletin, definitively establishing the minimum contribution bases.
  • Developed the regulation for the additional solidarity contribution

    Approved a modification of the general Social Security collection and contribution regulations, which most notable novelty is the development of the so-called solidarity contribution that will come into force on 1st January 2025.
  • Social security contributions order for 2023 has been published

    The order determines the maximum and minimum contribution bases and rates effective as of January 1, 2023. The maximum contribution base is set at €4,495.50 per month.
  • Directive on corporate sustainability reporting is published

    The new EU legislation requires companies to report regularly on the effect of their activities on people and the environment.
  • How does the Government’s energy efficiency plan affect heating and air conditioning at companies? Questions from the labor point of view

    Post from Garrigues' Labor blog.
  • Garrigues hires Carolina Camacho as partner to head the labor practice in Colombia

    The firm continues to bolster its Latin American offering with the addition of a new partner, Carolina Camacho, who will take charge of the labor law department in Bogotá.
  • An equality plan, the best gift to celebrate International Women’s Day

    Post from Garrigues' Labor blog.
  • Spanish Ministry of Work publishes Labor Inspection Authority’s Strategic Plan for 2021-2023

    The plan addresses, across four key pillars, various measures in relation to inspection work, aimed at modernizing, updating and strengthening the inspection agency itself.
  • Labor Newsletter - November 2021

  • The common thread of the labor reform

    Just as, thanks to Ariadne's thread, Theseus managed to find the way out of the labyrinth after having taken care of the Minotaur, we would need to identify a common thread, not just to get out, but simply to guide ourselves in the labyrinth that the processing/negotiation of the labor reform has become. The problem is that it is not easy to find this thread, in the generous hypothesis that it exists. But let us make an effort, searching not only in the proposed texts but also in the multiple statements, counter-statements, corrections and denials that adorn the debate.