London: 14th February 2019
London: 24th September 2019
Webcast: £550 + VAT
This Employment Law Spain seminar, led by top employment law experts from Pérez-Llorca, provides an excellent overview of the Spanish employment law framework. Interactive case studies are used throughout to help put the law into practice for HR and line managers with responsibilities for employees in Spain.
It is crucial that businesses setting up operations in Spain understand the law operating in this jurisdiction, particularly with regard to works councils, social security, holiday and working time. Browse the full programme and book your place online.
“ It was a very good day and I received much valued information that will allow me to conduct business in Spain within the boundaries of the law ”
Bianca Miller, HR Generalist, Intralinks
“ Exceptionally professional, with an ability to turn the mysterious media landscape into a palatable, controllable medium. Susan provides a cutting edge, relevant media training service that can transform even the meekest spokesperson into a media star. ”
Caroline Stephens, EMEA PR Manager, Dell
“ Susan tells you all you need to know about how to handle media interviews, how to deliver them like a true professional and then leave the studio feeling you have got all your points across. Her courses are fun, yet hugely informative. I wouldn’t use anyone else! ”
Liz Chinchen, Senior Media Officer, Trades Union Congress
“ I felt the Employment Law Spain seminar was very helpful and informative and the speakers, all with local expertise, were excellent ”
Darren Goode, Managing Director, Spain, Paramount Pictures Home Entertainment
“ A very pragmatic event, not just the theory ”
Annette Capper, HR Director, TDG Ltd
“ Very interesting and informative with practical application ”
Ruth Brotherton, HR Director, Education EMEA, McGraw-Hill Education
“ Very informative and good introduction to Spanish employment law ”
Monica Feros, Talent Advisor, Reach Contact Limited
“ Fantastic - very engaging and reflects reality of business and not just the world of the law ”
Helen Gilfillan, HR Generalist, Andrew Ltd
Registration and coffee
An overview of the employment law framework in Spain
Setting up operations and hiring employees in Spain
Employee representation bodies
Day to day employee management
Termination of employment
Employment tribunals and the courts
Questions and answers
End of seminar
I provide advice to local and multinational companies in all areas of labour and social security law. I specialise in the execution and termination of agreements with senior executive managers, as well as contractual and remuneration issues and in labour issues arising in all types of commercial transactions. I also provide advice in negotiation, drafting, interpretation and application of collective bargaining agreements and have broad experience in collective dismissals, industrial conflicts and litigation before the labour courts in all kinds of proceedings. I also provide advice on sport law to sportsmen in their contract negotiations and disputes, as well as to clubs, agents and sport associations.
Prior to joining Pérez-Llorca, I worked for 9 years in Uría Menéndez and led the employment practice in Bird & Bird and Olswang’s Madrid offices.
Further, I am a Professor of Law (employment law) at the Instituto de Empresa Business School. I am also a regular speaker in international seminars and webminars about Spanish employment law.
I am an active member of the Spanish Employment Lawyers Association (FORELAB) and of the European Employment Lawyers Association (EELA).
I have a joint degree in Law and Business Administration from the Universidad San Pablo CEU de Madrid. I've also done the Programme on Employment Relations at the Escuela de Práctica Jurídica de la Universidad Complutense and a Master on Sports Law from the Universidad San Pablo CEU de Madrid.
Maria Eugenia specialises in contentious and non-contentious employment matters with an emphasis on execution and termination of agreements with ordinary employees and senior executives, contractual and remuneration issues and employment matters relating to company mergers and acquisitions. She also has experience in collective dismissals and industrial conflicts, in disciplinary procedures and in conducting legal audits on employment related issues.
Prior to joining Pérez-Llorca, Maria worked in Olswang, Bird & Bird and Uría Menéndez, where she also gained experience in competition and commercial litigation issues.
Mª Eugenia is a professor of Labour and Social Security Law at IE University, where she lectures in English. She also participates regularly in seminars, webinars and conferences as an expert in employment law and publishes articles in specialised books, magazines and websites.
Maria Eugenia holds a joint degree in Law and Political Science from the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, where she collaborated with the Employment and Social Security Department during her last year as a student. She has also coursed the Advanced Programme on Employment Relations at the IE Business School and the first year of the doctorate programme in Employment, Industrial Relations and Social Dialogue in Europe at the University of Castilla la Mancha.
She speaks Spanish, English and French.
Directors, HR and personnel professionals, employment law advisers, lawyers, employee relations professionals and line managers who have, or expect to have, responsibility for staff in Spain.
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