La jubilación forzosa del personal laboral al servicio de las administraciones públicas (o la antinomia en la negociación colectiva)

  1. Juan José Fernández Domínguez 1
  2. Beatriz Agra Viforcos 2
  1. 1 CU Derecho del Trabajo y de la Seguridad Social
  2. 2 Universidad de León

    Universidad de León

    León, España


Trabajo y derecho: nueva revista de actualidad y relaciones laborales

ISSN: 2386-8090

Year of publication: 2022

Issue: 85

Type: Article

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  • Year 2022
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  • Social Sciences: C

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The forced retirement that the additional provision 10ª restores in its 2018 version, continues to raise many of the serious problems that had already arisen in the two previous ones: on the one hand, the different sources of legal regulations prevent the desirable uniform regimen for civil servants and employees; on the other hand, the conditions for its application to the workers, set out in the collective agreements, almost always move outside the law. There are three principal reasons for this conclusion: not respecting the normal retirement age, ignoring the requirement that the person concerned should be entitled to a 100% pension, and, above all, not responding to an appropriate employment policy.