La reforma laboral 2012: un año después
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Author/sPardo Martínez, Manuel
Advisor/sCardona Álvarez, Antonio Miguel
Since 2008, Spain is going through a deep economic crisis with unbearable unemployment rates. Among the most important measures taken by the present government of the nation, and possibly one of the most controversy has raised and it still raising, is the labor reform. It is a wide reform of the legal framework of labour law, which, in general, provides the employer with power of decision to the detriment of the rights of workers. It is essential to know the basic points of the reform to have an opinion of it. On the other hand, legislators, given the need to cut back public spending on public administrations, have been forced to rationalize public employment spending. The labour reform, together with other regulations aimed at restructuring and rationalizing public administrations, has set up a new model of labour relations in the administration and new statutory situations for workers in the public sector to get a reduction in public workers and public spending.
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