Mr. Bescòs thinks that the Labor Lawyer does not just have to focus on the legal question. Many times your decisions are not merely a legal component, but also strategic, business sense, even in matters that are not purely collective. ... His father and mother were job advisors as well. His father came from the HR Directorate in companies with more than 1,000 employees, and always recommended him to analyze the impact of each issue on the general policy of the company. It also helped him to start by taking care of non-labor matters in an office mainly specialized in labor law. He gave him an overview of the law that has helped him a lot in his professional career.
He definies himself as pactist, but blunt if the conciliatory solution fails.