Well, it´s a bit confusing. What the EU calls CPC in their Directive from 2003, transposed into Spanish law in 2007, is called CAP by the Spanish Fomento Ministry.
Their info on recognition of the CPC certificate
You can arrange for the re
If you have been on sick leave/´baja´ for more than 15 days, the Seguridad Social or the Mutua your employer has his insurance with, will have taken over the sick pay payments.
Once your contract ends, you will continue to receive sickpay, for
During the trial period of a work contract both employer and employee have the right to terminate the contract without having to give a reason, notice, or indemnisation. Just to be clear, not every contract has a trial period. If there is no t
In Spain there are 2 different employment agencies, regional and national.
They are usually situated in the same office.
One is the state/national Employment office SEPE (formerly INEM), the other is the Autonomous Employment office and they g
Convenios Especiales are agreements that you can sign up for, thus committing to voluntary payment of the social security contributions (instead of an employer).
If you find yourself in a situation of unemployment (once your contributi
Yes you do. Unemployment benefits (paro) are seen as income from work and therefore subject to Income Tax and need to be included in your RENTA.
Although SEPE/INEM should withhold a percentage of IRPF retention, in practice they do not always do
When you are ´de baja´ for medical reasons, your entitlement to paid holiday days will continue to grow, as if you were working.
If you had planned a holiday, but fall ill before or during, the days you were on sick leave will not be taken off
Completed your studies in another EU country and wish to work in Spain in a regulated profession that requires certificate of succesfully completed studies?
Then you need to get your diploma/certificate homologated for a Spanish equivalent throu