With a union density in Spain at 20% of employed citizens, unions are gaining momentum. The two major labor union federations are the Workers’ Commissions and the Workers’ General Union. Organized by profession and geographic, the labor unions conduct labor disputes, labor lobbying, and specifically collective agreements between employees and employers. The collective agreement between the employers and unions within the public and private industry are quite common. The provisions within the collective agreement are law abiding and supersede the terms within the employment contract. As under the Spanish constitute, a collective agreement is an agreement of collective bargaining between the employees’ representative and the employer. Collective agreements do differ from frontline personnel and executive, generally the Spanish court has ruled to exclude company executive from the collective bargaining agreement.
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...nish Statue of Workers, found commonly within the European Union, will be maternity and paternity converges. Maternity rights, available for employees who are 21 to 26 qualify for a 90-day period of leave, employees who are 26 or older qualify for a 180-day leave and both age groups are legally obligated to take the paid leave immediately after birth. Both leaves are available for extend time for health concerns of the child and are equal to 100% of the monthly salary paid leave. Along with maternity, you also will be legally obligated to accommodate paternity leave of two days of paid leave and an additional 13 days of leave if the employee elects to use. A few unique features allow parent, which do not have to be married, to share maternity leave up to a maximum of 10 weeks for the father and a minimum of 6 weeks leave for the mother following birth (Practicallaw).
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