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22 December 2010
European Court of Justice
J.N. Cunha Rodrigues, President of Chamber, A. Arabadjiev, A. Rosas, U. Lõhmus and A. Ó Caoimh (Rapporteur)
Spanish law gave permanent employees a right to incremental pay increases but did not the same right to fixed term workers. In 2007, the law changed to allow fixed term employees the same increments but this change was not retrospective, so no pay increments were awarded for the years of employment before 2007.
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