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Salary Increase 2024

Salary Increase 2024

FEB 8, 2024
The annual minimum salary in Spain increases by 5% (+EUR 756) up to EUR 15,876, effective as of January 1, 2024.
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Whistleblower Protection

Whistleblower Protection

APR 5, 2023
The Directive (EU) 2019/1937 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 23 October 2019 has been finally transposed in Spain. Do you want to implement your reporting channel in Spain? Do you want to know how are the whistleblowers protected in Spain? Click on read more.
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Salary Increase

Salary Increase

FEB 20, 2023
The annual minimum salary in Spain increases 8% up to EUR 15,120, effective as of January 1, 2023.
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Disciplinary dismissal of an in-house counsel

Disciplinary dismissal of an in-house counsel

DEC 12, 2022
Fair disciplinary dismissal of an in-house counsel who refused to file a complaint against a company despite the 2 requests of his employer. It is a culpable breach (the fact that he refused because he did not make enough money is not a justification) and serious enough to terminate the contract because the company lost its trust in his lawyer, as the latter did not comply with the due professional diligence. Appellate Court of Andalusia 14/12/21
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Post-Contractual Non-Compete Clauses

Post-Contractual Non-Compete Clauses

AGO 31, 2022
A post-contractual non-compete clause that provides the possibility for the company not to apply it when the contract is terminated or within a few days after its termination, is a valid clause because i) its enforcement is not being left to the discretion of one of the contracting parties (art. 1256 of the Spanish Civil Code); the company is choosing the option not to apply it in accordance with the contract (furthermore it is reasonable that the company decides to do so, at the time of termination on the basis of the commercial damage that the employee's further activity could cause to the company at that time) and ii) it is not abusive because the employee also voluntarily left the company. Appellate Court of Madrid 25/4/2022.
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