COVID-19 and Labour Law: Spain
Keywords:Covid-19, Labour Law, State of alarm, Remote working, Contracts suspension, Special unemployment benefit, Prohibition of objective dismissal
The Spanish Government has approved a package of special measures to address the COVID-19 emergency. The measures are intended to protect employees, self-employed workers and companies. Despite the application of these provisions, the stoppage of activities has caused a significant growth in unemployment rates. Probably, in the next few weeks new complementary measures will be adopted.
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