El Derecho del Trabajo y de la Seguridad Social en España en 2013: Algunos puntos críticos

José María Miranda Boto, Diego Álvarez Alonso, Antonio Alvarez del Cuvillo, Esther Carrizosa, Ana Domínguez Morales, Alexandre Pazos Pérez, María Carmen Aguilar Martín, Miguel Basterra Hernández, Carolina Blasco Jover, María Salas Porras, Esperanza Macarena Sierra Benítez, Eduardo Enrique Taléns Visconti, Luis Gordo González, David Gutiérrez Colominas, María Remedios Menéndez Calvo, Ricardo Barona Betancourt, Patricia Nieto Rojas, Salvador Perán Quesada, Helena Ysàs Molinero, Vanessa Cordero GordilloDjamil Tony Kahale Carrillo, Emma Rodríguez Rodríguez, Mariola Serrano Argüeso, María Teresa Velasco Portero, Henar Álvarez Cuesta, Maravillas Espín Sáez, Alicia Fernández-Peinado Martínez, Iván Antonio Rodríguez Cardo, María Belén Fernández Collados, Anna Ginès Fabrellas, Julen Llorens Espada, Marta Navas-Parejo Alonso, María Monserrate Rodríguez Egío, Beatriz Rodríguez Sanz de Galdeano

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Abstract

This paper tries to show some of the many changes and novelties in Spanish Labour Law during 2013, drawing up a record of the unstoppable character of our Labour legal system. This report offers a selection of essential elements, according to its authors, all of them specialists in each one of the subjects, being part of the Young Scholars’ Section of the Spanish Association for Labour and Social Security Law. According to the organization of the said Section in working groups, we can find novelties concerning unspecific fundamental rights, work contracts, the life of the work contract and collective Labour Law, reconciliation and co responsibility, social protection and occupational risk prevention
Original languageSpanish
JournalRevista general de derecho del trabajo y de la seguridad social
Issue number40
Publication statusPublished - 2015

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