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2021 Spanish labour market reform: key changes, implications and nuances

With the introduction of a new Spanish labour market reform at the end of 2021, it is important to understand the key changes and their implications for employees, employers, or anyone looking to enter the Spanish market. In this article, we will guide you through the labour reform and make sense of any nuances or irregularities you might have missed. The key changes of the labour reform include: Training and apprenticeship Contracts Temporary contracts ERTEs (Furlough/temporary massive dismissal) and RED Mechanism Subcontracting Regulated transitional period Priority of agreements   The 2021 Spanish labour market reform: Context and introduction Before analysing the changes made, we...

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Can I Start a Business as a Foreigner in Spain?

It is certainly possible to start a business as a foreigner in Spain. You just need a business plan, enough capital, and the right documentation. Some of these things will differ depending on whether you want to be self-employed or start a limited company. For those wishing to start a business on a self-employed basis (Autónomo), you will first need two things before beginning the startup process. You will need a work permit and a national identification number (NIE). To obtain a work permit for setting up an Autónomo, you will need to submit a business plan, a copy of the...

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How do I Form a Company in Spain?

Setting up a company in Spain requires a number of applications and registrations that will vary depending on the type of business being set up and the people involved. The first questions are what type of business is being set up and what is your immigration status. Once these two things are sorted out, you must register with tax and regulatory authorities. Setting up an Autónomo First, you will need to decide what type of business you hope to set up. There are generally two types of businesses that most people choose to start. The first is called an Autónomo. This is...

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How much does it cost to incorporate a company in Spain?

The cost of setting up a company includes some fixed elements, such as registration fees, and other variable elements, such as lawyer and notary fees. To incorporate a limited company, the first initial cost will be the minimum capital required. Anyone wishing to incorporate a limited company in Spain must deposit a minimum of 3,000 euros in a Spanish bank account. There will also be registration fees to be paid at the Mercantile Registry. A negative certificate of company name will cost 13.52 euros + VAT. The final registration will cost between 40 and 100 euros, depending on where the...

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From 1 October 2018 Spanish “Autónomos” will have to deal with the Social Security On-line

The Spanish Social Security introduced the obligation for the AUTONOMOS (sole traders) to electronically manage their registration procedures, payments of contributions, and reception of all notifications of the General Treasury of the Social Security through the Electronic Administration. It will be obligatory from 1 October 2018. The General Treasury of Social Security provides two channels which you can use to fulfill this obligation: · Social Security online: Sede Electrónica de la Seguridad Social (SEDESS) where the Autonomo can operate directly, through the use of on-line services or submitting the request in the electronic register. · Sistema Red, which consists in naming an authorized...

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