ECJ judgment re fixed-term workers - Montero Mateos v Agencia Madrilena de Atencion Social de la Consejeri¬a de Politicas Sociales y Familia de la Comunidad Autonoma de Madrid (2018) (C-677/16) [ECJ] 05.06.18 (Unreported)


Wed, 06 Jun 2018

Reference for a preliminary ruling — Social policy — Directive 1999/70/EC — Framework agreement on fixed-term work concluded by ETUC, UNICE and CEEP — Clause 4 — Principle of non-discrimination — Definition of ‘employment conditions’ — Comparability of situations — Justification — Definition of ‘objective grounds’ — Compensation in the event of termination of an employment contract of indefinite duration on objective grounds — No compensation on expiry of a fixed-term ‘interinidad’ contract. HELD that it was not discriminatory if a fixed-term worker was not entitled to claim payment from his employer as compensation for the expiry of his employment contract, even though a worker whose permanent employment contract was terminated on dismissal by the employer on objective grounds was so entitled.




Category: Employment »  EC Law; Fixed-term workers. Keyword(s): Discrimination. Area(s) of law: Employment.
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