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18 January 2018

It is a well-known fact nowadays that labour protocols are a highly effective tool for companies, regardless of size, and for that very reason labour protocols began to be implemented within business structures. One of the objectives of the study Protocolos laborales. Radiografía de su implantación en España (Labour Protocols. An X-ray of Their Introduction in Spain) is to verify which means are most used to guarantee compliance with labour legislation and the rules established in a company’s own labour protocols; this includes ascertaining what the current situation is, how labour protocols are implemented internally and whether or not the means used to do so can be considered the right means.

We also feel it is important to have an idea of what the future of labour compliance is and how it relates to other areas within the company. A sample of companies from different industries was selected for the report. During the third quarter of 2017, human resource managers and labour relations managers at firms with a highly varied range of employees and both international and domestic profi les answered a 17-item questionnaire designed to refl ect the generalised situation of Spanish companies as a whole, not just the situation of any specific segment.

For confidentiality reasons, all respondent data must be kept anonymous.