Dismissal is the termination of the employment relationship when it originates from a unilateral decision of the employer. The law recognizes different ways of carrying out this process and generally, it will require the payment of compensation and in certain cases it could be annulled, reintegrating the worker into the company.
What is dismissal?
This is the employer’s extinguishing decision by which the employment relationship ends. It is linked to the labor law, and especially to the Workers’ Statute (ET), which regulates dismissal as one of the methods of termination of the employment contract in Article 49.
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In this guide you will find information about:
- Effects or consequences
- Features of dismissal
- The different types of layoffs
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