In some companies it is common to hire independent workers or free professionals, who provide their commercial services in the facilities of the entity, confused with the workers hired by the company and duly framed in the general Social Security system.
These companies have the conviction that hiring these workers on their own or professionals, will bring them more economic and administrative advantages instead of hiring them as salaried workers, or on the contrary, understand that when making this type of autonomous contract, they are under an correct framework in Social Security. Well, really employers should keep in mind that when hiring these professionals as self-employed workers, according to the specific cases of each case, they may incur a “gray area” assuming risks of all kinds that may ultimately result in heavy economic fines for your company. companies
For this reason, we wish to dedicate this 2-hour session to analyze the current situations encountered by companies that have self-employed workers hired commercially and, if necessary, to correct them or at least minimize the penalties that may arise when they are inspected.
This session is an initiative of the firm that aims to provide a space for training and debate, in a recurrent and practical way, for directors, chiefs of staff and technicians of human resources departments, as well as for managers and entrepreneurs.
These sessions offer the possibility of exchanging experiences, as well as points of view and solutions in the field of labor legislation and Social Security.
9:30 am: start of the presentation.
11h00: Questions and questions.
11:15 AM: Networks
11h30: End of session.
Luis San Jose
Socio-lawyer of AGM Abogados, professor of labor law at the Ramón Llull University