The dismissal is defined as the termination of the employment relationship between the employer and the employee. Said termination, regulated in article 54 of the Workers' Statute, can be considered as appropriate or inadmissible, giving rise to different terms and compensation.
- The appropriate dismissal: when the cause on which it was based is justified, for which it is adjusted to the law. Within this there are several types:
- Disciplinary dismissal involving improper conduct by the employee harming the company
- The objective dismissal regulated by law and that occurs in specific circumstances, such as economic, technical or production causes.
- Collective redundancies that put an end to a high number of labor relations.
- Inadmissible dismissal: when executed without grounds justified by law. A dismissal is declared inadmissible when it is demonstrated that the employee has not committed any serious offenses that could justify it or when the objective conditions of dismissal are not met. Two consequences may result from qualified dismissal as inadmissible:
- Worker readmission
- Worker's compensation in accordance with the provisions of the law