The Foundation for Research on Law and Business (FIDE) and the Ministry of Education and Employment, General Directorate of Labor of the Junta de Extremadura, have organized today in Mérida, a conference in which the Document of Conclusions reached by the Group has been analyzed and debated Fide, on a new consensual legal organization of work and labor relations.
Throughout the morning of this Friday, prestigious labor law specialists debated in Mérida the document prepared by the Working Group Fide: 'A new Consensual Legal Regulation of Labor and Labor Relations'. The conference was opened by the Minister of Education and Employment, Esther Gutierrez Morán and the president of the Foundation for Research on Law and Business (FIDE), Cristina Jimenez Savurido. In addition, the President Emerita of the Constitutional Court, Maria Emilia Casas, as well as the Magistrate of Chamber IV of the Supreme Court, Maria Luisa Segoviano, and the managing partner of the Labor Department of the Garrigues law firm, Pink Bramble. The General Director of Labor, Sandra pacheco, moderated the presentations and the Secretary General of Employment, Xavier Moon, closed the act, which took place at the School of Public Administration.
In this meeting, the 55 report conclusions. This document is made up of conclusions and recommendations to the central government, unions and business organizations to reform the laws in the areas of work and business, in an agreed manner. In it, the need for a new structure and new contents of the Workers' Statute, the main rule of Spanish labor law, is highlighted.
Within this framework, Esther Gutiérrez highlighted the need, among all of us, to promote profound reforms in the labor market: "it is the responsibility of all of us to promote profound reforms in our legislative framework based on a good analysis and innovative, realistic and consensus proposals" .
The Group FIDE proposes to promote a transversal political pact, so that the labor legislation does not change every time the government of political color does so and that the legislation has a higher technical quality. These group conclusions FIDE, plural in its composition and unrelated to any political party, are formally and materially linked to the open academic and professional debate in other countries of the European Union on the situation of labor legislation after the long and profound period of economic-financial crisis, on labor law, on the role of the law in the regulation of work and labor relations, unions and business associations.