Global PEO Services provides assistance to businesses in hiring workers in Spain without the need to create a legal corporation. Our Global PEO Spain takes care of all the employees’ payroll, tax, benefits, and human resources responsibilities, freeing up new hires and headquarters personnel to focus on your company’s goals. Utilizing a Professional Employer Organization (PEO) or Employer of Record (EOR) is often a quicker and more efficient option than establishing a subsidiary or branch office, especially when starting a business in a foreign country.
Global PEO Services hires personnel on your behalf and contracts them lawfully through our subsidiary, ensuring compliance with Spanish labor laws. This means that the workers can begin working for your business in just a few days, and you can gain control without assuming any legal entity obligations, contractor risks, compromising talent, or delaying your time to market. PEOs/EORs provide a simple way to hire staff, explore markets, and meet the expanding demands of your Spanish firm.
If you’re looking for PEO & Employer of Record Services in Spain, look no further than Global PEO Services.
When it comes to employing staff in Spain, setting up a subsidiary or branch office may not always be the most effective option due to the lengthy and costly procedure involved, particularly when starting a business in a foreign country. Instead, using a Professional Employer Organization (PEO) or Employer of Record (EOR) can be a quicker and more efficient choice.
With Global PEO Services, personnel are hired on your behalf and contracted lawfully through our subsidiary in compliance with Spanish labor rules, ensuring compliance and allowing workers to start working for your business within days. PEOs/EORs offer a straightforward way to hire staff, explore markets, and meet the expanding demands of your Spanish firm. With Global PEO Services, you can gain control without assuming any legal entity obligations, contractor risks, compromising talent, or delaying your time to market.
On the other hand, if you choose to register a branch office or headquarters in Spain, you will likely incur significant costs. For most enterprises, the required minimum share capital of €3,000 ($3,333) is adequate. However, if your company is a joint-stock company with numerous investors owning shares, the minimum amount increases to €60,000 ($66,000), which must be deposited into a local bank account at the time of incorporation.