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WHAT DOES SPANISH PRACTICES MEAN IN ENGLISH?
The terms Spanish Practices or old Spanish customs are United Kingdom expressions that refer to irregular or restrictive practices in workers' interests. Typically, these are arrangements that have been negotiated in the past between employers and unions. The issue arises because, in United Kingdom law, a contract of employment consists of both expressed and implied terms. Implied terms can arise through "custom and practice". Historically, alteration of these terms has been by negotiation and collective bargaining. For example, if it has been the habit to release staff when the day's work is done, then that becomes the de facto contract of employment. If some workers are required to stay on to do additional tasks, then it may be more convenient to pay these workers to do so. Over many years of incremental negotiation, the original rationale may be lost and a point reached where all workers are being paid a supplement merely to complete a normal shift. With the benefit of hindsight, such an arrangement might be described as a "Spanish practice".
The translations of Spanish practices from English to other languages presented in this section have been obtained through automatic statistical translation; where the essential translation unit is the word «Spanish practices» in English.
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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «SPANISH PRACTICES» OVER TIME
The graph expresses the annual evolution of the frequency of use of the word «Spanish practices» during the past 500 years. Its implementation is based on analysing how often the term «Spanish practices» appears in digitalised printed sources in English between the year 1500 and the present day.
Examples of use in the English literature, quotes and news about Spanish practices
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «SPANISH PRACTICES»
Discover the use of Spanish practices in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to Spanish practices and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
SpanishPractices: Literature, Cinema, Television
This book is the first to explore the interaction of three media in contemporary Spain.
Paul Julian Smith, 2012
Typically, these are arrangements that have been negotiated in the past between employers and unions. The issue arises because, in United Kingdom law, a contract of employment consists of both expressed and implied terms.
Lambert M Surhone, Mariam T Tennoe, Susan F Henssonow, 2011
An Experimentall Discoverie of SpanishPractices, Or, the ...
This book represents an authentic reproduction of the text as printed by the original publisher.
Henry Hexham, 2010
Culture and Customs of the Philippines
While accepted by many Filipinos, the separation doctrine ran counter to deeply
ingrained Spanish practices and could not be implemented overnight, which
sometimes led to clashes between Roman Catholics and adherents of the ...
Paul A. Rodell, 2002
Imperialism, Sovereignty and the Making of International Law
Secondly, however, the Indian is very different from the Spaniard because the
Indian's specific social and cultural practices are at variance from the practices
required by the universal norms - which in effect are Spanish practices - and
Antony Anghie, 2007
I Couldn't Paint Golden Angels: Sixty Years of Commonplace ...
There was something sinister and foreign about "Spanish practices" that sent a
chill down the spine of Daily Mail readers. Daily Telegraph readers protested in
the name of Spain where (since Franco) they had seen no sign of these vicious ...
Albert Meltzer, 1996
The Blessed Revolution: English Politics and the Coming of ...
The aim of A Second Part of Spanish Practices was simply stated in its subtitle: A
Relation of More Particular Wicked Plots and Cruell, Inhumane, Perfidious and
Unnaturall Practises of the Spaniards. The Spaniards were not merely
Thomas Cogswell, 2005
Conflict in the Early Americas: An Encyclopedia of the ...
The Law of Burgos was meant to pertain to all of SpainÊs colonies. After first
contact, Spanish conquistadors had no qualms with torturing, killing, and raping
natives in their quest for treasure. Spanish practices of brutality even extended to
Rebecca M. Seaman, 2013
The Chambers Dictionary
French chalk: Spanish chestnut the true chestnut; Spanish cress a species of
pepperwort; Spanish customs see Spanish practices below; Spanish dagger
Yucca g/oriosa; Spanish fly the blister beetle, Lyila vcsicaioria; a preparation
made from ...
Allied Chambers, 1998
Early Latin America: A History of Colonial Spanish America ...
Some of the terms denote types of people, practices, artifacts, or plants
characteristic of Indian cultures; others refer to Spanish practices specific to the
Indies. All these words would be heard on the mainland during the conquests
and for ...
James Lockhart, 1983
5 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «SPANISH PRACTICES»
Find out what the national and international press are talking about and how the term Spanish practices is used in the context of the following news items.
Spanish Practices Close Google News In Spain
If you'd like an example of purblind incompetence in the making of public policy then you cannot do better than consider this little story from Spain. In an attempt ... «Forbes, Dec 14»
In depressingly predictable fashion, a dispute over fishing rights between Spain and Gibraltar has spiralled into an international incident. The government in ... «Telegraph.co.uk, Aug 13»
Spanish practices are set to come to a hair salon near you
Being a former Credit Suisse banker might not be the most natural preparation for a job in the hairdressing business, but for two Spanish bankers now based in ... «The Independent, Dec 11»
'Cutting off', 'job and finish' - Spanish practices revealed at the Royal …
Typical Spanish practices - or inflexible working patterns - include “cutting off”, when postal workers finish their deliveries early and then refuse to do any more ... «Telegraph.co.uk, Sep 09»
Posties boast of 'Spanish practices'
Staff claim that job cuts and changes to working hours and other practices are being ... It also wants to end costly Spanish practices dating back to the 1970s. «Telegraph.co.uk, Sep 09»
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