The changes in the labour reform, point by point
The Spanish government has pushed through the labour reform, in agreement with employers and unions. What will change with this reform? Does it put an end to the PP’s labour reform? Octuvre’s Marta Sibina analyses.
The coalition formed by PSOE and Podemos made the repeal of the PP’s labour reform their battle horse during the election campaign. In the end, however, they have not repealed it but merely introduced some changes. They have thus achieved the first labour agreement of a Spanish government with all social partners since 1980.
The reform even has the approval of the big companies of the Ibex-35, which has called into question the progressivism of the reform. What changes now? What remains of the PP’s labour reform? Marta Sibina, from Octuvre, analyses it.
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