Employment Law in Spain is regulated by the Labour Code and the Civil Code. The labour code is made of different consolidated norms in which all redactions are included. More concretely, it includes text from the Spanish Constitution, the Labour Legislation, Social Security, laws of Prevention of Occupational Hazards, Infractions and Sanctions on the Social Order and Social Jurisdiction. (Ministerio de la Presidencia y para las Administraciones Territoriales 2017)

Employment is in the base of every country and every person’s life. It is a vital area in which two main parts co-live: employer and employee. But it usually also means a complex relation in which the interests of each party are confronted. For this reason, Employment Law is necessary in each country.

Employment Law usually covers all parts of the labour relation: rights, obligations and responsibilities of all parts included in it, from salaries to holidays. Each country has specifics in employment law, which means that points such as the number of hours worked per week or the legal rights of a pregnant woman are probably not going to be the same in each country, even though they will be included in the Employment Law.

In the following chapter, we will take a deeper look at Employment law in the country.

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