July 27 , 2010

‘Flexisecurity: reaching the unreached task’. This sentence has become a common aphorism in Labour circles when it cames to give our opinion about the latest Labour reform. And that meeting point explains itself because the new legal content has came into force with a main priority: extending the socalled ‘flexibility’ at the ...

July 21 , 2010

In 1992, Spain hosted a list of significant worldwide events (to name a few, the Universal Exposition in Seville; the Olympic Games in Barcelona; and the European Capital based in Madrid), a context preceded by a wide range of new laws that drove to success all of them. Consequently, many laws encouraged the arriving of […]