Taxation on the employment income of workers considered to be Non-Resident in Spain is governed by the law popularly known as the “Beckham Law” and officially known as the “tax regime for expatriates”. This law has been the focus of attention and controversy in Spain since it was introduced in 2005. This special tax regime […]
Labour relations, i.e. relations between companies and workers, are framed within Labour Law and regulated through the Spanish Constitution, international treaties, EU law, laws and regulations, and collective agreements, as well as additional sources. What is a collective agreement? A collective agreement is a legally binding agreement made between management and workers which complements the
Since the onset of the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic, most of us have learnt some new words and concepts that only a few were familiar with up until now: surgical masks, FFP2 masks, coronavirus, PPE, PCR, telework, etc… The pandemic has changed (and had an effect on) everything: the field of health, economics and, of course, employment.
Many companies already have an Equality Plan in place. However, from the year 2022, it will be compulsory for every company with more than 50 employees to have one. As we observed in the previous post, the purpose of an Equality Plan is to eliminate any kind of gender discrimination within a company. To ensure the
The purpose of an Equality Plan is to eliminate any kind of gender discrimination within a company. At the same time, it seeks to promote equality of treatment and opportunity between women and men. According to article 46.1 of the Organic Law of March 2007 for effective equality between women and men, an Equality Plan
We are your partner in Spain, assisting you with payroll management and other commercial support services. The quality of our service is a key factor for more than 750 national and international clients, who put their trust in ROSCLAR for three reasons: we offer solutions that meet the needs of our clients; we safeguard the
Payment of employees in a new country is a complicated operation for a company if it is not fully conversant with the employment regulations. To ensure that workers – the most valuable assets of the company – receive an appropriate salary, it is necessary to have an understanding of the employment and tax policies in
Rosclar wishes to share with the payroll market its own vision and customer service approach. First of all it is important to take into account the need to distinguish between our clients’ wishes and our clients’ needs. It is fitting to comment that any client wishes to have full regulatory compliance and that’s part of
Payroll management in Spain for an international company. Confidence, communication, technology and legal environment
Through the following post, we want to share the four main axes that according to our experience with numerous international firms that are implanted in Spain (more than 1000 in the last 13 years), need at the time of selecting a provider for the payroll management for their professionals and job counselling for their managers.