In companies whose activity is in the field of health, it is common to hire independent workers or free professionals, who provide their business services in the facilities of the entity, mistaking for workers hired by the company and properly framed in the general scheme of Social Security.
These companies in the health sector have the conviction that hiring these self-employed or professional workers will bring them more economic and administrative advantages, instead of hiring them as salaried workers, or on the contrary, they understand that by performing this type of autonomous contracting, they are under a correct framework in the Social Security. Well, really employers should keep in mind that by hiring these professionals as self-employed, according to the specific cases of each case, they can incur a “gray area” assuming risks of all kinds that can ultimately result in heavy economic penalties to their companies.
For this reason, we want to dedicate a 2-hour session to analyze the current situations encountered by companies that have commercially hired self-employed workers and, if necessary, correct them or, at a minimum, minimize the penalties that may arise when inspected.
The present HR coffee 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 Personnel and Technicians of HR departments, as well as for managers and entrepreneurs.
These HR cafes offer the possibility of exchanging experiences, as well as points of view and solutions in the field of labor legislation and social security.
Keep in mind that the number of attendees is reduced in order to promote comfort and discussion of the subjects taught.
9h00-9h30: reception of assistants and coffee networking
Luis San José Gras
Partner-Lawyer of AGM Abogados, Professor -ex- of Labor Law of the Ramón Llull University
Elisabet Bernat Odena
Head of the Labor Management Department of Clarís Gestión