Did you know that not all company managers are integrated into the special framework for self-employed workers?
Indeed, a managing partner of a commercial company can fit into the special framework for self-employed workers or into the general social security system as such, that is, excluding from the provision of the Salary Guarantees Fund (FOGASA) and the unemployment benefit.
This framework depends on the percentage of shares of the latter, depending on whether or not it has the effective power of the company, for which the Social Security establishes a series of premises and assumptions.
Other elements that may influence the framework are the effective performance of the management function and the remunerated or not administrator role.
The same applies to the working partners, who can fit into the special framework for self-employed workers or the general social security system without exclusions. Although in this case the only factor to take into account is the effective power over the company, according to a series of legally established premises and presumptions.
For more information, do not hesitate to contact our Labour department team.