Wage register in companies

Wage register in companies

All companies, regardless of their size, are obliged to have a pay register that includes the average and broken down data of the real salaries received by their workers, divided between men and women.

Equalization of parental leave in Spain

Equalization of parental leave in Spain

Since 2021, the equalization of parental leave in Spain is approved, allowing both parents to enjoy up to 16 weeks of leave and receive 100% of the regulatory base of their salary.

The new extension of the ERTEs

The new extension of the ERTEs

The terms for the extension are maintained with minimal adjustments and similar to those already established in RD Law 30/2020, with companies in ERTE being able to benefit from different exemptions.

Hiring qualified foreign professionals

Hiring qualified foreign professionals

To this end, there are different procedures to obtain the residence and work permit for these foreign professionals. These types of permits are introduced by Law 14/2013, known as the law of mobility, which provides a simpler and more agile procedure for obtaining this authorization.

Royal Decree 902/2020 on Income equity between men and women

Royal Decree 902/2020 on Income equity between men and women

After entry into force of the new royal decree, all companies, regardless of their size, will have to keep a payroll within a period of 6 months that will make it possible to observe whether employees are receiving a salary equivalent to that of the opposite sex, in the same high-quality position and with a similar required experience.