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retirement of the employer and the rights of the employees in his charge

Would you like to know what happens to people who come to work in a company where the employer of a limited liability company retires?  So we invite you to read on to find out what can happen.

When the entrepreneur is an individual, which means a single natural person, who is the one who performs the activity in his own name and who hires workers. When he/she retires and ends the activity developed within the company, the labor relationship ends.

In the case of retirement of the employer of a sole proprietorship, it is not necessary that the end of the labor relationship corresponds exactly with the retirement. Because the jurisprudence goes so far as to allow that a prudent period may pass before the business is liquidated and closed.

In the case of the retirement of a limited liability company entrepreneur and he/she has hired a number of workers through this company, if the entrepreneur retires, the contracts cannot be terminated simply because of the retirement.

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Would you like to know what happens to people who come to work in a company where a limited partnership entrepreneur retires?  So we invite you to read on to find out what can happen.

When the entrepreneur is individual which means a single natural person, who is the one who performs the activity in his own name and the same comes to hire workers. When he/she retires and ends the activity developed within the company, the employment relationship ends.

In the case of retirement of the employer of a sole proprietorship, it is not necessary that the end of the labor relationship corresponds exactly with the retirement. Because the jurisprudence goes so far as to allow that a prudent period may pass before the business is liquidated and closed.

In the case of the retirement of a limited liability company entrepreneur and he/she has hired a number of workers through this company, if the entrepreneur retires, the contracts cannot be terminated simply because of the retirement.

retirement indemnity

In those cases in which the employer is a self-employed individual, i.e., is not incorporated as a corporation, the provisions of Article 49.1.c) of the Workers’ Statute are applicable, which provides that the employees will be entitled to the payment of an amount equivalent to one month’s salary on the retirement of the employer.

However, in the case of a self-employed person incorporated as a Sociedad Limitada Unipersonal, this section does not apply to him/her, but he/she will have to follow the procedures set forth in Article 51 of the Statute due to the termination of the legal personality of the company.

From the Labor Law Department of UNIVE Abogados we advise you on how you can act in the event that the date of your retirement as an employer is near, informing you on how to proceed depending on the specific characteristics of your company, and what are the most beneficial options for you and your workers, in view of your retirement.

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new retirement law for part-time workers

The employer retirement by Limited Company, is a topic that many people do not know. But, in this post, we tell you everything about the cases of self-employed retirement and the cessation of business activity. Read on to find out more.

Throughout this article, we will explain what measures are taken when the retirement of a limited liability company occurs. In addition to clarify certain doubts and highlight the differences in the types of entrepreneur that exist.

The retirement of a businessman is one of the breaks of an employment relationship, but the consequences that occur depend on what type of businessman it was, if a sole proprietorship, or a society.

A sole proprietorship or individual entrepreneur is the one who has his business in his own name as self-employed and hires his employees. When such entrepreneur reaches his retirement terms, once he has retired, the employment relationship with all his employees is terminated. And, therefore, it will have to make, to its employees, a corresponding indemnity of 1 month of salary.