European Employment Law Update — January 2014: Spain
Development: Law 14/2013, of 27 September — measures to encourage entrepreneurship and its internationalisation.
Impact: the law introduces several amendments relating to the following — measures of encouragement of multiple employments (multi-activity) as well as to facilitate self-employment through the reduction of Social Security contributions applicable to the self-employed; amendments in professional risk prevention measures applicable to small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs); Electronic Book of the Labor Inspectorate in order to facilitate administrative procedures for start-up companies; and several measures aimed at attracting foreign investment, including the regulation for granting of residence permits for foreign investors…
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