Brief Summay on Royal Decree-Law 8/2020 of March 17, on extraordinary urgent measures to face the economic and social impact of COVID-19.
- Royal Decree-Law 8/2020 entered into force on the same day of its publication in the BOE, that is, on March 18, 2020.
- The measures provided in it shall remain in force for a period of one month from its entry into force, notwithstanding its duration may be extended by the Government through another Royal Decree-Law. The measures that have a specific term of validity shall be subject to that term.
- CHAPTER I: Support measures for vulnerable workers, families and groups.
- CHAPTER II: Measures for flexibility of temporary activity adjusting mechanisms to avoid dismissals.
- PROCEDURE OF COLLECTIVE SUSPENSION AND REDUCTION OF WORKING DAY DUE TO FORCE MAJEURE
- PROCEDURE OF EMPLOYMENT SUSPENSION AND REDUCTION OF WORKING HOURS DUE TO ECONOMIC, TECHNICAL, ORGANIZATIONAL AND PRODUCTION CAUSE
- COMMON PROVISIONS IN THE PROCEDURES OF EMPLOYMENT SUSPENSION AND REDUCTION OF WORKING HOURS DUE TO FORCE MAJEURE AND TO ECONOMIC, TECHNICAL, ORGANIZATIONAL AND PRODUCTION CAUSES
- RELEVANT ADDITIONAL AND TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS IN THE LABOR AREA
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