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Labor law

What is labor law?

Labor law is the branch of private law that deals with regulating the rights and duties of workers and employers.

It is divided into two branches:

  • Individual: regulates the individual work contract and its elements (salary, working hours, job security…)
  • Collective: regulates collective bargaining (union organizations, right to strike…)

Among the sources of labor law are the Constitution, the Workers’ Statute and collective agreements, among others.

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