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Labour adviser

Ana López

Balms Marbella

C/ Generalife, 9 - Aloha Pueblo Nueva Andalucía
Marbella (Málaga)
T. +34 952 812 100
F. +34 952 812 767
alopez@balms.com

Labour Relations specialist, practicing since 2016 – performs tasks related to payroll management, social insurances, inability processes, company certificates, employment and job counselling.

In 2008 she begins her undergraduate studies at the University of Granada, where she pursues a B.A in Labour Relations. She later attends University of Malaga to achieve a qualification in Human Resources and Labour Relations.

Throughout her continuous training process she completed various courses focused on company start-up, organization management and leadership, and she attended an Aula Práctica course where she gained first-hand experience from previous professionals of the Offical College of Labour Relations specialists in Malaga and Melilla. All this experience was followed by her professional association to said College.

She speaks Spanish and English.

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