Appointed president of ASEMPLEO, the association of private employment agencies in Spain, in 2013, Andreu Cruañas represents the organisation in both Eurociett and CIETT. He is a member of the executive committee of CEOE (Confederation of Employers and Industries of Spain), has sat on the boards of CEOE and CEPYME (Spanish Confederation of Small and Medium Enterprises) since 2013, and is a member of the General Council of the Spanish Employment System (Ministry of Employment and Social Security) and the Central Executive Committee of the Public Employment Service of Spain. In his career, Cruañas has alternated between roles in the public and private sector and was formerly the Secretary of Labour and Employment and Director General of Employment of the Catalan Government.
As president of Asempleo, the association of private employment agencies in Spain, Andreu Cruañas represents Spain in the World Employment Confederation. In 2018, Asempleo reached the first agreement in Europe with the most-represented Spanish unions. The organisation also approved a code of good practices for employment agencies. Cruañas consults on public affairs and regulation and in the public sector as secretary of labour affairs of the Catalan government and Director General of Employment and the Public Employment Service. Cruañas is also vice president and general council of the National Employment System (Ministry of Labour) and a member of the executive commission of the Public Employment Service of the State and of the National Vocational Training Council.
Enrique Sanchez serves as the regional head of Adecco Iberia & South America, a position he has held since October 2009. Sanchez joined Adecco Spain in 1993 as branch manager. In 1995, he became regional manager of the Central Region. Two years later, he was appointed operations manager, and in 2001 president and general manager of Adecco Spain and Portugal. From 2003 to 2005, Sanchez was general manager for Spain and Portugal, and was also responsible for the development of the company in Latin America and Eastern Europe. In 2005, he returned to Spain, becoming responsible for Adecco Group Iberia.