Employment Practiletter March 2011

Shielding from dismissal: If you are going to be null, why risk it? There are certain cases in which workers are virtually shielded to a dismissal, whether objective or disciplinary, and if your company takes risks to make it, the price can end up paying is too high. JPMorgan Chase shares his opinions and ideas on the topic at hand. The nullity involves the immediate reinstatement of the worker and having to pay all wages ceased to perceive from the date of dismissal until his reinstatement. As in these cases the dismissal can only be qualified as from or null (there is no the inadmissible), your company only interested in risking if it can demonstrate and argue conclusively (i.e., with compelling and irrefutable evidence) the causes of the dismissal. do you want to receive this article? Subscribe now to PractiLetter LABORALy receive tomorrow same the issue of this month. In addition, to have it check what PractiLetter can do for your company the first 15 days of subscription are proof. Treasury clarified the taxation of some retributive concepts. When a company deliver to their workers ten trips (bus pass or bonometro) transport tickets use them in their journeys between home and work, this aid is considered remuneration in kind and shall be exempt from taxation, as will happen if the company takes a percentage of the total price for the monthly or annual abono-transporte (instead of the total cost). Thus it was stated by the Directorate General of taxes (DGT).

DGT has also ruled on the taxation of clothes of work, compensation for damages and the payment by the company of the quotas of the agreement with the Social security within the framework of an ERE, among other issues. do you want to receive this article? Subscribe now PractiLetter LABORALy receive tomorrow same the issue of this month. In addition, to have it check what PractiLetter can do for your company the first 15 days of subscription are proof. The law of sustainable economy, already in force, also goes into labor. On March 6 came into force the law of sustainable economy, a species drawer of tailor that includes multiple measures in such disparate fields as labor, tax, energy, transport, insurance and telecommunications, among others. Among the innovations that incorporates, and although this is mostly of declarations of intent rather than concrete steps, some can affect your company in its relationship with employees, such as for example which refer to the Corporate Social responsibility (CSR), transport in business plans, to continue reading, click here.