Companies outsource to other companies to focus efforts and resources on their core business. Although this is a common practice in the construction sector, a debate has recently arisen as to its suitability. Subcontracting must comply with the requirements stipulated by law, although the limit is easily blurred
A study on the evolution of the construction sector carried out by the human resources firm, Randstad, shows how the creation of employment in this sector continues to grow, surpassing 1.3 million employees in 2019. This figures means a 5% growth in regards to 2018 and is the highest since 2011
The balance of the first nine months of 2019 shows that numbers are slightly higher than those of 2018, but show a slowdown when compared to the previous quarter. The Industrial Observatory of Construction takes stock and explains the reasons for this tendency in the figures of some of the indicators.
The new electronic invoice law in the relation between contractors and subcontractors of the Public Administration
The law came into force on July 1, 2018