The Supreme Court of Spain said on December 16 that workers in the country have a right to receive a Christmas hamper from their employees.

The case arose from a labor dispute at Fujitsu Technology Spain, in which the company eliminated gifting the Christmas hamper from the budget in 2013. A Christmas hamper is a packaged assortment of wine, cheese, oils, and meats, often gifted to employees in Spain.

The court ruled that as the hamper was not only a longstanding tradition but employees were entitled to it as a condition of their employment.

Supreme Court of Spain says workers entitled to Christmas hamper

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