Spain EOR Services
Native Teams simplifies hiring in Spain by taking care of legal, tax, and payroll matters, allowing you to expand your team globally without local entities.
Why use an employer of record services in Spain?
Typically, companies must set up a legal entity before they start hiring new employees in Spain. That can involve registering an address, securing an office space, and opening a local bank account. All of this plus trying to navigate local payroll, tax, regulations and benefits can take months.
With an employer of record (EOR) service provider such as Native Teams, your business can operate in Spain without the need for a legal entity. This not only saves valuable time and resources, but also ensures full compliance with all applicable employment laws and regulations.
How do EOR services in Spain work?
When you use our EOR services, hiring new employees will be a joint effort between your company and Native Teams. You will have full control over your team's work and day-to-day activities, while we’ll take care of the legal employer responsibilities.
Your only responsibility will be paying the leasing company for payroll, taxes, benefits, and administrative fees, while we'll handle the rest.
Requirements for employment in Spain
Legal and tax requirements for employment in Spain include:
Spanish law requires a written employment contract for all employees, which should always specify the terms and conditions of the employment such as salary, benefits, working hours, and duration of the contract.
Social security registration
Employers are required to register their employees with the Spanish Social Security system and make monthly contributions towards their employees' social security, including healthcare, pensions, and unemployment insurance.
Social security contributions
Employers are required to pay social security contributions on behalf of their employees, which include contributions for pensions, disability, and health insurance.
Employers are required to withhold and pay income tax on behalf of their employees based on their salary and other benefits.
Employers must also pay payroll taxes for their employees, which include social security contributions and unemployment insurance.
Employers are required to provide their employees with certain statutory benefits, such as paid vacation days, sick leave, and maternity/paternity leave.
Employers must follow the correct procedures for terminating employees, which includes providing notice and following the relevant legal requirements.
It's worth noting that these are just a few of the legal and tax requirements for employment in Spain, and the specifics can vary depending on the industry and the size of the company.
Features of Spain employer of record with Native Teams
Why choose Native Teams as your Spain employer of record?
Native Teams has legal entities in 55+ countries around the world and has been recognized for its outstanding EOR services, helping companies expand and hire internationally.
Our tax, legal and compliance experts can help you with everything you need regarding hiring and paying your employees and taking care of all your administrative tasks such as HR admin, payroll, risk management and more.Book a call