According to the article 4 of the Workers Statute Law, workers have a series of basic rights (BOE 2017):
- Work and freedom of choice of profession
- Free syndication
- Collective negotiation
- Adoption of collective conflict measures
- Information, consult and participation in the company
Workers also have a series of rights related to work:
- Effective occupation
- Promotion and professional formation at work, including formation related to the adaptation of modifications of the working position, etc.
- To not be discriminated direct or indirectly for the job or once employed, due to reasons of gender, civil status, age, race, social condition, religion, political ideology, sexual orientation, affiliation to a syndicate, or due to the language.
- To not be discriminated for a disability, as long as it allows to develop the working position.
- To their physical integrity and an adequate policy of prevention of occupational hazards.
- Respect to their intimacy and dignity.
- Punctual perception of the agreed or legally stablished remuneration.
- Individual exercise of actions coming from their labour contract.
- Any other rights specifically agreed on the labour contract.