Antonio Baylos Grau

Labour market and labour law: the Spanish experience

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Keywords: Spain, labour law, evolution

The author traces the evolution of Spanish labour law in the post Franco era, stressing he peculiarity of its starting point. The 1978 labour law was to be considered the fundamental part of an inheritance of a bad reputed de cuius: for this reason it has been accepted with the benefit of inventory, and its legal rigidity was immediately felt guilty. Its contrary, i.e. flexibility and precariousness, marked the entrance of post-Franco labour law in modernity. Collective dimension has been late in forming and, when it eventually appeared on the stage, their material bases were broken and the available spaces were more and more reduced.

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