When you as employer start business activities in Spain and want to draft a labor contract in accordance with Spanish Labour Law, it is important to keep in mind the existing differences with Dutch Labour Law. The existence of the so-called collective bargaining agreements (“convenios collectivos”) is a clear example of this since these are applicable to the labour relationships and they are often far from what the Spanish labour laws state. Therefore, the labour lawyers working at OTIS Advocaten are at your disposal to assist you regarding the particularities of Spanish Labour Law. We can also assist you at the time of drafting a labour contract in compliance with Spanish Labour Law attending to the labour terms of reference in the Netherlands.
When preparing a labour contract in accordance with Spanish Labour Law, we can check it for you and provide you with legal advice. It is important that you understand what you are about to sign and the type of labour relationship that you are going to initiate with your future employer.