Spain: Government implements National Youth Guarantee System

Last Friday, the Spanish Government approved Royal Decree-Law 8/2014, of 4 July, that approves urgent measures for growth, competitiveness and efficiency; in order to improve the employability of young people, implementing the National Youth Guarantee System (the "NYG System"). Read more

Spain: Simplification to collective consultation processes where multiple places of work involved

Amendments have been made to core aspects of the employment law reforms implemented in 2012 with regard to certain collective consultation processes. The amendments are aimed at making the process simpler and quicker. The 2012 reforms caused numerous problems with regard to the interpretation and practical application of their provisions to representation and procedure in … Read more

Spain: Royal Decree-Law 3/2012 of urgent measures to reform the employment market

The Spanish labour reform entered into force on 12 February 2012, containing substantial changes to the labour institutions and the employment market. The reform brings in changes to employment regulations, in some cases immediate while in other their effect will be felt in the medium to long term. Overall, the new law aims to stimulate … Read more