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01 Jun
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Covid-19: Can employers process information about whether workers are infected with the coronavirus? (Spain)

Covid-19: In the context of the emergency health program implemented to face the spread of the COVID 19 coronavirus, the Spanish Data Protection Agency, is receiving queries on the processing of personal data related to health. One of the FAQs is this one: Can employers process information about whether workers are infected with the coronavirus? […]

31 Mar
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Coronavirus: European Commission presents practical guidance to ensure the free movement of critical workers

Coronavirus. The European Commission has issued new practical advice to ensure that mobile workers within the EU, in particular those in critical occupations to fight the coronavirus pandemic, can reach their workplace. This includes but is not limited to those working in the health care and food sectors, and other essential services like childcare, elderly […]

10 Jul
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1.3 million Europeans live in one country, but work in another (statistics on mobility in Europe)

Did you know that among the half a billion people living in the EU, 8% do not have the nationality of their country of residence? Also, 1.3 million Europeans live in one country, but work in another, and 1.7 million EU students study abroad. People in today’s Europe are on the move more than ever […]

05 Jul

Labour Income Share and Distribution Just 10%of workers receive nearly half of global pay

Labour Income share. An ILO assessment gives the first global estimates of the distribution of labour income, and shows that pay inequality remains pervasive in the world of work. The findings are drawn from a new database which includes national, regional and global data. Key facts Ten per cent of workers receive 48.9 per cent […]

12 May

Working hours in Spain: Today, 12 May, the daily register of working hours enters into force in Spain

Working hours in Spain. Today, May 12, the daily register of working hours of all employees will enter into force in Spain Key points As specified in Spanish Royal Decree-Law 8/2019 (Article 10), article 34 of the Workers’ Statute (Estatuto de los Trabajadores in Spanish) is amended, adding a new section 9, with the following […]

07 Feb
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More transparency and predictability at work: provisional agreement reached between the European Council and the European Parliament

The Romanian Presidency of the Council and the European Parliament reached today (7 February) a provisional agreement on a directive aimed at making working conditions across the EU more transparent and predictable. The agreement will now be submitted to the member states’ representatives in the Council of the EU for endorsement. The new law aims […]

31 Jan
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Advocate General proposes that the Court of Justice of EU find that undertakings are under an obligation to introduce a system for measuring the actual number of hours worked each day

Advocate General Pitruzzella proposes that the Court of Justice of European Union find that undertakings are under an obligation to introduce a system for measuring the actual number of hours worked each day (Advocate General’s Opinion in Case C- 55/18 CCOO v Deutsche Bank SAE, Spain, 31 January 2019). The case The Spanish trade union […]

30 Jan
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Better protection of workers health: Agreement on carcinogens and mutagens at work (European Union)

The Romanian Presidency of the European Council and the European Parliament yesterdeay, 29 January, reached a provisional agreement to reduce the exposure of workers to five carcinogenic chemical agents – cadmium, beryllium, arsenic acid, formaldehyde and 4,4′-Methylene-bis(2-chloroaniline)(MOCA). The agreement will now be submitted to the member states representatives in the Council of the EU for […]

23 Jan
EU OSHAS

2019 marks the 25th birthday of the European Union Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA)

2019 marks the 25th birthday of the European Union Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA) in Bilbao. Celebrating the occasion, Commissioner for Employment, Social Affairs, Skills and Labour Mobility, Marianne Thyssen, has said: “In the past twenty five years, European legislation and the relentless efforts of EU-OSHA have made our workplaces safer, healthier […]

01 Aug

Social Security: since today 1 August, the maximum contribution bases rises in the General Scheme and maximum and minimum bases in special scheme for self-employed workers

Changes in the Social Security (SS) contribution bases in Spain. Among the novelties that the Spanish State General Budget Law 2018 (Law 6/2018, July 3, Ley de Presupuestos Generales del Estado, LPGE, in Spanish) includes is the rise of the contribution bases to the Social Security (common contingencies contribution bases) both in the General Scheme […]

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