labour contractions

Labour contracting

An employment contract is an agreement between an employer and an employee whereby the latter undertakes to provide certain services on behalf of and under the direction of the employer in return for payment. This type of contract implies rights and obligations for the employee that become obligations and rights for his or her employer.

In Letslaw we offer support in the negotiation of this type of contract, as well as the revision of existing contracts and the drafting of new ones, with the aim of achieving a contract in accordance with the law that guarantees the best conditions for both parties, as well as providing advice on all issues arising from the existence of this agreement such as dismissals, modification of working conditions, etc.

  • Labour contracts
  • Disciplinary and objective dismissals
  • Situations of social conflict such as collective conflicts or strikes
  • Modification of working conditions
  • Exclusivity, non-competition and non-attendance agreements
  • Supervision and review of employment contracts
  • Preparation of an incident report, assessments and recommendations for better personnel management
  • Advice to human resources
  • Prevention of occupational risks
  • Assistance to Labour Inspections

An employment contract is an agreement between an employer and an employee whereby the latter undertakes to provide certain services on behalf of and under the direction of the employer in return for payment. This type of contract implies rights and obligations for the employee that become obligations and rights for his or her employer.

In this sense, it is essential that both companies and workers are given legal advice on all matters relating to the application of labour and social security regulations from a multidisciplinary approach, providing innovative solutions to the questions that arise.

Labour legislation is subject to constant change, so it is essential for professionals in the sector to be up to date in this area and to be flexible when studying it. In Letslaw we offer advice based on support in the negotiation of contracts, as well as the revision of existing contracts and the drafting of new ones, with the aim of achieving a contract in accordance with the law that guarantees the best conditions for both parties, as well as providing advice on all issues arising from the existence of this agreement such as dismissals, modification of working conditions, etc.