International social security agreements
In the case of postings to countries with which Spain does not have a bilateral Social Security Agreement, or to countries where, although a bilateral agreement exists, the immigration legislation of the destination requires the signing of a local employment contract, special attention must be placed on the local regulations. In addition, the form of action determined by Spanish regulations must also be known.
In these situations of registration, according to the ministerial order of 1982, a Special Agreement may be signed on the basis of which future social benefits can be supplemented, if not, directly insured.
At Global Mobility, we can help you determine supplementary coverages for posted workers, especially in cases where the legislation of the country of destination requires the signing of a local employment contract. Contact us.