Changes in the conditions for temporary assignment in Spain
7 June, 2017duguech
On 29 May, Royal Decree-Law 9/2017 came into force, which sets out changes to Directive 2014/67 / EU of the European Parliament and of the Council relating to the temporary assignment of workers.
Royal Decree-Law 9/2017 and its amendments will be mandatory for foreign companies that move workers to provide services in Spain and for Spanish companies that receive them.
The requirements and obligations contemplated are:
– The displacement of the worker must be notified to the labor authority in an electronic way, through a new platform called “Central Electronic Register“.
– Both the company that displaces the worker and the one who receives it, must submit to the Labor Inspection and Social Security and have available for consultation: work contracts, letters of displacement, salary receipts, proof of payment, time records And work permits if necessary.
In addition, the documentation provided must be translated into Spanish and must include the contact details of those responsible for the companies involved in the displacement; Because they will be the communication link with the Spanish authorities and those responsible for notifying and providing everything necessary to carry out the temporary assignment of workers.
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*It should be noted that the rules of any of the countries listed and the procedures suggested might change at any time without notice.