The Spanish Association of Courier Companies (AEM) has signed its new Collective Bargaining Agreement, which will be in force until 2025 and seeks to strengthen the security of the courier sector and its workers, both at a labour and legal level. Among the advances of this new Collective Bargaining Agreement are: a 2.5% wage increase […]
Roca Junyent has advised on the setting up of industrial start-up accelerator Stage2. Stage2 intends to offer 6-month advisory programs to recently created start-ups in addition to injecting them with venture capital to encourage their arrival on the market. The project has been launched with 1,5 million euros, contributed by the ten partners that support […]
Pérez-Llorca has advised Ayesa on the acquisition of 100% of M2C Consulting & Procedures, S.L., a Spanish company engaged in the provision of IT services, specifically data management and process automation solutions. Pérez-Llorca advised Ayesa on all legal aspects of the transaction, including (i) the due diligence on M2C; (ii) the set-up of the acquisition […]
Mutualidad de la Abogacía, a non-profit insurance company that offers legal professionals and their families solutions to cover all their welfare and savings needs, presents Plan Flex, its new flexible work model aimed at all the entity’s professionals and under which various measures of imminent implementation are grouped. The new flexible work model is part […]
On March 1, 2019, Royal Law Decree 6/2019, referred to urgent measures to ensure equal opportunities and treatment between man and woman at work, introduced new obligations for Spanish employers, trying to make more effective the equal gender treatment at work.
In the Jessica Porras case (C-103/16, 22 February 2018), the European Court of Justice answered questions – relating to the dismissal of a pregnant employee as part of a collective redundancy scheme – raised by the High Court of Justice of Catalonia.
It is not unusual to see entities investigated by public bodies in order to verify that they comply with legislation and, if appropriate, punish them for breaching it. This leads some entities to blame executives for the imposition of penalties, as was the case in Vodafone Ono, for example.