Last Friday, 22 October 2021, the first European Regional Meeting of CONSULEGIS after the covid-19 pandemic took place in Paris. The main topic of the meeting was how to generate business efficiently and successfully in the age of new technologies. More than 50 members of the prestigious international network of lawyers and advisors of all nationalities participated, plus those who were also present via the Consulegis Teams account. In total there were more than 80 physical and online participants. Representing the law firm Dr. Frühbeck Abogados SLP was lawyer Elena Bello, who is also a member of the Consulegis Board.
Following the publication of Royal Decree 902/2020 of 13th October, on equal remuneration between women and men, a new obligation has come into force as of April 2021 for all companies to keep a wage register detailing the average values of wages, salary supplements and nonwage payments of their staff, broken down by sex and distributed by professional groups, professional categories, or jobs of equal or equal value, in order to assess whether there is a wage gap between women and men. This register must be available to the employees, and if they have one, it can be requested through […]
On 14 October 2020, Royal Decree RD 901/2020 of 13 October on Equality Plans and their Registration was published in the BOE, which develops the LO 3/2007 of 22 March for Effective Equality between Men and Women in the scope of the Company. The third final disposition includes the entry into force three months after its publication, that is, on 14 January 2021. In accordance with the published regulations, the company is obliged to have an Equality Plan which must be the result of negotiation with the workers’ representatives and which, without imposing new administrative burdens, aims to be an […]
On 23 September 2020, the Spanish Official Bulletin, BOE published the Royal Legislative Decree 28/2020 of 22 September 2020 regulating “homeoffice”, which entered into force 20 days after its publication. It should be noted that for the existing and in practice homeoffice, the law provides a period of 3 months to formalise the agreement or adapt the existing agreement (except where it results from collective negotiation). This new Royal Decree puts an end to the existing irregularity in Spain, where we had more than 3 million people doing homeoffice during Covid-19, by taking up several aspects such as the limits […]
After the State of Alarm was established last Saturday, March 14, the Spanish Government has adopted, through the approval of Royal Decree-Law 8/2020, of March 17, on extraordinary urgent measures to face the economic and social impact of the COVID-19, a plan of exceptional measures in the economic field to mitigate the impact of the COVID-19 on citizens, companies, self-employed and employees. A line of guarantees of 100 billion euros has been approved to provide companies with the liquidity they need and up to 200 billion euros will be used, which corresponds to 20% of Spanish GDP (117 billion will […]