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Breaking New Ground in Spain: A General Description of the Spanish Employment System

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[Excerpt] This introductory summary of employment law in Spain focuses primarily on labor law, but also addresses basic aspects of social security law and immigration law, all of which are closely related. This summary is not intended to be comprehensive of the myriad of rules and regulations applicable to employment relationships in Spain, but it is intended to provide a general overview of the basic obligations employers have to employees and the fundamental legal issues that can arise in employment relationships in Spain.

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2006-03-01

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Spain; employment; labor law; legislation; public policy; working conditions; immigration; discrimination

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Required Publisher Statement: Copyright by Baker & McKenzie. Document posted with special permission by the copyright holder.

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