Beggining of the end of fraudulent temporary contracts?
Last Thursday the Government announced a set of measures that are going to be proposed to social partners at the Employment Quality Table, in order to combat unjustified temporary contracts in the employment market and encourage job stability.
With the new proposed legislation, the fine that could be imposed by labor inspectors would increase exponentially, which would most certainly give a major boost to the fight against fraudulent temporary hiring.
Under Spanish labor law, the general rule is that employment contracts are for an indefinite term and they should not be subject to any ground to be entered into.
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