The Spanish Army will have to take a female soldier back into its ranks thanks to a court sentence which considered that she had been unfairly dismissed.
The provincial Málaga law court has overturned the sacking of Antonio Garrido Luque, curator of the Cueva de Nerja. The curator, archeologist by profession, had been fired on the 15th of June 2013.
The Regional High Court has sided with an employer who sacked three workers for viewing social networks on company computers. Likewise they back the use of spying programs on office computers to control their use by employees.
The Izquierda Unida has denounced what they consider to be ‘dirty tricks’ within the Town Hall concerning the recently reinstated workers: an anonymous letter is being circulated between the municipal offices, rejecting the reincorporation of these workers.
A Judge has found the Town Hall guilty of contravening the constitutional rights of a worker when it fired him for asking to be paid what he considered to be a just amount. The dining-hall scene from Oliver Twist comes to mind… What! More?