Labour law

ECIJA has a specialist team with extensive experience in providing employment advice on all aspects related to the company, managers and employees, both at a national and international level, in small, medium and large companies.

Our experience in the new technologies sector enables us to offer advice on employment law itself, and on technological and employment law, offering innovative solutions to disputes that arise with the impact of social networks and information security tools in the different employment areas.

Our team of professionals and their proven capacity for leadership and coordination of specialist legal teams has enabled their intervention in some of Spain’s most important social and employment projects.

The main services that our employment law department offers include the following:

  • Employment aspects resulting from mergers and acquisitions of companies and restructuring of companies. Contracting. Senior management contracts.
  • Remuneration systems. Stock options.
  • Feasibility and social plans.
  • Collective bargaining and collective company agreements.
  • Due Diligence.
  • Social security, plans and pension funds.
  • Outsourcing.
  • Immigration.
  • Collective terminations/modifications of employment contracts.
  • Occupational hazard prevention.
  • Employment procedure. Work inspections, social security, administrative claims and appeals. Sanction procedures.
  • Misuse or unlawful use of information technologies in the company.
  •  Corporate policies and protocols of action regarding the use of technological means owned by the company or the employees (BYOD)
  •  Employment compliance. Regulatory compliance programmes in the social and employment field.
  • Standardisation of employment conditions.

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Friday, 2 October, 2020

Costa Rica: Is Remote Working Here to Stay?

ECIJA in the media

Nearshore Americas Work-from-home (WFH) has become a very controversial employment scheme. Although the benefits have been discussed, governments and companies were resistant to making it the norm. But the case against remote working was more about prejudices. Employers typically thought that a lack of direct contact would permit employees to shirk their duties, among other […]

Tuesday, 8 September, 2020

Chile: Labour and Employment Compliance in Chile 8th Edition


ECIJA Otero in collaboration with Wolters Kluwer created the “Labour and Employment Compliance in Chile, 8th edition”, which has been published as part of the International Encyclopaedia of Laws. Overview Detailed attention to compliance with labour and employment laws is crucial for success in setting up business in a foreign country. This book – one […]

Friday, 28 August, 2020

Brazil: Labor Public Prosecutor’s Office requires examination of PCR – among others measures – on pre-boarding on oil platforms

Legal memos

As a result of opinion No. 001236.2020.01.000/0, the Labor Prosecutor’s Office determined companies operating in the oil sector to adopt a series of measures to prevent the occurrence of outbreaks or transmission of COVID-19 on oil platforms. Among such measures, and in order to prevent contamination and make the anticipated detection of the COVID, the […]

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