BlogDiscover how inSuit made Spain’s Social Security website fully accessible
Discover how inSuit made Spain’s Social Security website fully accessible
14 December 2021
Spain’s Social Security website is now completely accessible! Thanks to inSuit, this important public service is now available to everyone.
As the agency itself explains on the website: “The Social Security System is a set of schemes through which the State guarantees adequate protection the individuals included in its scope of application, either owing to their status as workers engaged in a professional activity or meeting the requirements for the non-contributory level, as well as their dependent family members or assimilated family members, suitable protection for the contingencies and situations defined by the law.”
Recall that this public system provides protection for individuals through a set of minimum benefits when necessary, such as the Minimum Vital Income Allowance. This either for actions related to their right to healthcare, unemployment, or retirement.
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