There are different incentives to Social Security contributions —mainly, bonuses/reductions in Social Security contributions— in order to promote employment of specific type of workers. Among others, the following contracts provide for incentive to the employer’s Social Security contributions (whenever the applicable requirements are met and, generally, during a limited timeframe):
• Full time indefinite term employment contract in support of entrepreneurs, applicable to companies with less than 50 workers.
• Indefinite term employment contract (full time or part time), in companies with less than 10 workers.
• Part time contract to train unemployed persons of less than 30 years of age, or 35 when they have been officially recognized to have a degree of disabilities of 33% or more.
• Work-practice contract with persons of less than 30 years of age, or 35 when they have been officially recognized to have a degree of disabilities of 33% or more.
Last updated: 22|06|2015