Should Spanish workers have pay deducted for coffee and cigarette breaks? | Euronews


Spain’s High Court has ruled in favour of a company that began deducting time for employees who took breaks for coffee and cigarettes.

Source: Should Spanish workers have pay deducted for coffee and cigarette breaks? | Euronews

Brexit’s Impact On Disability Employment In The UK


Disability rights is a major priority to safeguard.

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A press release:

Opportunities for disabled people in the workplace are likely to come under threat unless government prioritises the recreation of EU safeguards into British statute. That is according to diversity consultancy, The Clear Company, which contributes to the government’s Disability Confident campaign.

The EU and its Member States have a strong mandate to improve the social and economic situation of people with disabilities.

The EU promotes the active inclusion and full participation of disabled people in society, in line with the EU human rights approach to disability issues, through priorities including accessibility, participation, social protection and external action. It works around a firm ethos that disability is a rights issue rather than a matter for discretion.

From an employment perspective, the objective of the European Commission’s European Disability Strategy 2010-2020 is to significantly raise the number of people with disabilities working in the open labour market. They represent…

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