Spain is a country that offers lucrative opportunities for global expansion. The Spanish economy ranks 14th in the world, and its major industries include manufacturing, agriculture, and energy production.
In addition to these traditional pillars of wealth generation, they have emerging sectors such as ICT, which continue to trend upward at an impressive rate (World Atlas). With networks optimised specifically toward remote workforce needs, Spain offers various possibilities when finding your following project location.
So what are you waiting for? With over 50 million people living within its borders, there sure is something that will fit any need you may have! Find out how to legally hire in Spain, ensuring compliance with the Spanish employment laws.
How to Hire in Spain
Hiring in Spain can take time and effort. The local employment laws may vary significantly from the country where your business is located, so it’s essential to understand these differences and compliance risks before targeting Spanish talent with job offers or recruitment efforts.
There are two primary options for doing this. You can partner up (with an employer already working within Spain) through a legal entity set up by both parties.
You can otherwise set up temporary work permits under certain conditions if you plan on hiring less than ten people at once who will primarily serve as trainees before being replaced upon completion/ graduation from their courses. Whichever route works best should become apparent after conducting a thorough analysis.
EOR Provider vs Entity Setup
Partnering with a Spanish Employer of Record (EOR) would allow you to test the Spanish market or quickly set up your workforce. The EOR would be the legal entity in charge of hiring, paying and managing global employees, and it will have detailed knowledge of local employment laws.
An EOR can also handle all compliance risks for you while providing complete oversight on daily management matters such as onboarding processes. Learn more about Employer of Record and how it works.
What to Know When Hiring Foreign Workers
Companies that hire foreign workers take on an enormous responsibility to ensure compliance and avoid fines. The way of paying international workers varies depending on their type of employment.
Suppose they’re hired as employees through one legal entity or multiple entities that run their pay factors across various locations within Europe (or other regions). In that case, it’s essential to work with someone well-versed in handling tax codes from each country where they work so the company can ensure accurate reporting back home.
Otherwise, take advantage of an EOR solution that automatically sends support payments made by employers like yourself – all handled promptly every month. With the right partner, you can grow your business in a way that is both quick and compliant.
With Bradford Jacobs, you can enjoy seamless remote talent sourcing. We attract, find, engage, and onboard the best employees for your business needs, no matter their location. If you want to attract and hire top global talent, contact us today.