Iberia: What's your status?
In a landmark decision, the Spanish Supreme Court last year ruled that lawyers were indeed employees of their firms for the purpose of employment disputes. However, some confusion remains over how widely this ruling will apply. Iciar Alzaga reports
The boundaries between dependent employment and self-employment have become increasingly blurred in some areas in recent years, in the context of changing labour markets and the spread of practices such as outsourcing and contracting out.
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