ENISA

DOES YOUR INNOVATIVE BUSINESS NEED FUNDING? THE ENISA FINANCING LINE

If you have a small or medium sized Spanish company (SME) or start-up with innovation or transformative growth projects and you need financing to develop your project, you can apply for a line of financing from the public business organisation ENISA (Empresa Nacional de Innovación Sociedad Anónima). The financial product of ENISA is the equity loan, aimed especially at entrepreneurs…

My employer filed an ERTE, Now what?

employee rights under Covid-19

What are my Employee Rights Under COVID-19?

WHAT ARE YOUR EMPLOYEE RIGHTS UNDER COVID-19? In addition to the work permits that may be applicable under the collective agreement applicable in each company or other types of collective agreements, or those that may be issued by the government in the coming days, these are some of the rights that could be exercised by employees in the context of…
ERTE TEMPORARY EMPLOYMENT MEASURES

GUIDE TO UNDERSTAND TEMPORARY EMPLOYMENT MEASURES (ERTE)

contractual compliance

Covid-19 and Contractual Compliance

The current health crisis following the outbreak of coronavirus (Covid-19) is not only having an impact on public health, but also on the global economy and the business world. We are therefore facing a new reality with unforeseeable legal and economic consequences, in which companies must be aware that all the measures being taken to contain the virus may interfere…

Smart Contracts in Spain: Concept & Legal Implications

What is a Smart Contracts in Spain? and what legal implications should you be aware of? With new technologies increasingly evolving and gaining ever more importance in modern society, the so-called smart contract - a by-product of the blockchain revolution -  is said to have the potential of radically transforming our social and economic structures. However, although potentially offering many…
recording the working hours

RECORDING THE WORKING HOURS IS NOW MANDATORY

During the past months, many things have changed when it comes to Spanish Labour Law. According to the Royal Decree 8/2019, it has been established that every company in Spain must register the working hours of its employees,  and keep the records of every employee for at least four years. The new law obliges companies to make a "daily record…