El Derecho del Trabajo y de la Seguridad Social en España en 2016

  1. María Carmen Aguilar Martín
  2. Diego Álvarez Alonso
  3. Henar Álvarez Cuesta
  4. Antonio Alvarez del Cuvillo
  5. Rafael Álvarez Gimeno
  6. Cristina Aragón Gómez
  7. Miguel Basterra Hernández
  8. Inmaculada Baviera Puig
  9. Ignasi Beltrán de Heredia Ruiz
  10. María Angustias Benito Benítez
  11. Esther Carrizosa
  12. David Carvalho Martins
  13. Vanessa Cordero Gordillo
  14. Ana Domínguez Morales
  15. Nerea Ereñaga De Jesús
  16. Maravillas Espín Sáez
  17. María Belén Fernández Collados
  18. Pablo Gimeno Díaz de Atauri
  19. Anna Ginès Fabrellas
  20. Enea Ispizua Dorna
  21. Djamil Tony Kahale Carrillo
  22. Julen Llorens Espada
  23. Yolanda Maneiro Vázquez
  24. Mirentxu Marín Malo
  25. Antonio Megías Bas
  26. María Remedios Menéndez Calvo
  27. Ana Belén Muñoz Ruíz
  28. Patricia Nieto Rojas
  29. Francisco Miguel Ortiz González-Conde
  30. Alberto Pastor Martínez
  31. Alexandre Pazos Pérez
  32. Daniel Pérez del Prado
  33. Patricia Prieto Padín
  34. Isabel Ribes Moreno
  35. María Monserrate Rodríguez Egío
  36. Emma Rodríguez Rodríguez
  37. Rosa María Rodríguez Romero
  38. Beatriz Rodríguez Sanz de Galdeano
  39. Josefa Romeral Hernández
  40. María Salas Porras
  41. Pedro Sánchez Pérez
  42. Mariola Serrano Argüeso
  43. Esperanza Macarena Sierra Benítez
  44. Eduardo Enrique Taléns Visconti
  45. Adrián Tolodí Signes
  46. María Teresa Velasco Portero
  47. Helena Ysàs Molinero
  48. Show all authors +
Journal:
Revista General de Derecho del Trabajo y de la Seguridad Social

ISSN: 1696-9626

Year of publication: 2017

Issue: 45

Pages: 13

Type: Article

Abstract

This report has as aim leaving a record of the most relevant normative changes and the most paradigmatic judicial trends in Labour Law in 2016. One can easily observe the unstoppable dynamismof Labour and Social Security Law in Spain. The document, conscious of that mutability, collects a thorough selection of key issues, according to the judgement of the authors, all of them specialists and all of them members of the Young Scholars’ Section of the Spanish Association for Labour and Social Security Law. They are part of thematic groups, linked to their main research lines and their teaching task. Summing up, in this report “Labour and Social Security Law in Spain in 2016”, one can easily find useful information for labour lawyers in subjects such as unspecific fundamental rights, work contracts and employment, issues of the labour relationship, collective rights, equality and co-responsibility, Social Security or occupational risk prevention. This year the report is completed with a chapter on Procedural law.