Why the Bank of Spain believes raising the minimum wage will hurt job creation

Why the Bank of Spain believes raising the minimum wage will hurt job creation

The Bank of Spain has warned of the "collateral damage" the country's job market suffered the last time the minimum wage was raised, amid reports the Spanish government is considering revising this figure again and giving more rights to temporary workers.

EXPLAINED: How Spain plans to raise its minimum wage by as much as €250

EXPLAINED: How Spain plans to raise its minimum wage by as much as €250

Spain approves guaranteed minimum income scheme for struggling families

Spain approves guaranteed minimum income scheme for struggling families

Spain is about to raise the minimum wage by a whopping 22 percent

Spain is about to raise the minimum wage by a whopping 22 percent

Spain minimum wage too low: Council of Europe

Spain minimum wage too low: Council of Europe

Police arrest 422 in huge fake jobs scam

Police arrest 422 in huge fake jobs scam

Struggling families sign off on painful 2013

Struggling families sign off on painful 2013

Spanish unions slam minimum wage freeze

Spanish unions slam minimum wage freeze

€1.21 an hour: Man arrested for slave wages

€1.21 an hour: Man arrested for slave wages

Spain mulls €21 a day minimum wage freeze

Spain mulls €21 a day minimum wage freeze

IMF posts grim jobless warning for Spain

IMF posts grim jobless warning for Spain