Labor Law

Labour law (also called Worker's rights or Social rights) is a branch of the law whose principles and legal standards are intended to protect working conditions when the work is freely accepted , under employment, dependent and in exchange for a fee. It is a set of rules that regulates certain types of dependent work and labour relationships.

 Within the labour law there are several distinct branches:

1.-Guidance on the issue of contracts, modification of contractual conditions, termination of contracts.
2.-Legal assistance before social courts.
4. Workplace Inspections.
5.-Contract subsidies and support.
6. Residence and work permits.