Fraud and abuses in temporary hiring in Spain are widespread. It is not just a statement repeated by unions, economists and experts in the Spanish labor market. It is evident in the actions of the Labor Inspectorate, when every few months it launches a campaign against this irregularity in hiring. In the last four months, the Inspectorate has made 144,000 fraudulent temporary workers permanent. The Government wants to “stop” this fraud with new measures and more penalties in its labor reform promised to Brussels within the Recovery Plan, which will take place almost entirely in 2021.
The only major economic reform of 2021 will be labor