Jubilación forzosa, ¿e incentivada?

  1. Juan José Fernández Domínguez 1
  2. Beatriz Agra Viforcos 1
  1. 1 Universidad de León

    Universidad de León

    León, España

    ROR https://ror.org/02tzt0b78

Revista General de Derecho del Trabajo y de la Seguridad Social

ISSN: 1696-9626

Year of publication: 2022

Issue: 61

Type: Article

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With the dual purpose of given greater legitimacy to the commitments assumed by the parties, and making the workers more willing to accept the decision that may affect them, there are many agreements that, instead of expressly or tacitly denying the payment of any compensation derived from the termination of the contract due to reaching the mandatory retirement age, they consider it appropriate to grant them voluntary improvements in the form of awards, allowances, indemnities, or various other figures. The following essay is dedicated to their examination, with specific attention to the situation affecting employees in the service of the Administration.

Bibliographic References

  • ALMENDROS GONZÁLEZ, M.A.: “La jubilación forzosa en la negociación colectiva”, en AA.VV. (MONEREO PÉREZ, J.L., Dir. y MALDONADO MOLINA, J.A., Coords.): La edad de jubilación, Granada (Comares), 2011, pág. 304.
  • BAYLOS GRAU, A.: “La jubilación forzosa y la negociación colectiva”, Documentación Laboral, núm. 78, 2006, pág. 21.