CALCULATION OF ACCRUED BREASTFEEDING LEAVE
The Supreme Court confirms how accrued breastfeeding leave should be calculated when the applicable collective bargaining agreement provides no criteria in this regard.
ACCIDENTS WHILE COMMUTING
The Supreme Court holds that an employee’s accident when returning home from work by bus is an occupational accident even though the employee ran some personal errands before actually returning home from work.
CONTENT OF LETTERS COMMUNICATING COLLECTIVE REDUNDANCIES
The Supreme Court establishes that the letter of individual notification of a collective redundancy need not specify why the relevant employee has been selected.
FORMAL REQUIREMENTS OF A DISCIPLINARY DISMISSAL
The Supreme Court holds that a dismissal is unfair because the company fails to comply with the formal requirements in the applicable collective bargaining agreement.
FORMAL REQUIREMENTS OF A SUBSTANTIAL MODIFICATION OF WORKING CONDITIONS
The Supreme Court declares that a substantial modification of working conditions is null because the employer had not notified the employee representatives of the measure.
PRINCIPAL’S VIOLATION OF THE RIGHT TO STRIKE OF CONTRACTOR’S WORKERS
The High Court of Justice of Catalonia establishes that a principal violates the right to strike of a contractor’s workers when it replaces them for its own employees during a strike.