Information about how we have adapted our website in all public and how you can navigate through the portal.


The public employment service Estatal (SEPE), an autonomous agency to the ministry of labour and Social Economy, is committed to make accessible its website in accordance with the Royal Decree 1112/2018, 7 september on accessibility of websites and applications for mobile devices in the public sector.


The present statement of accessibility applies to the website


This website is compatible with the Royal Decree 1112/2018.


Preparation of the present statement of accessibility

The present statement was made the 1 october 2022 through a self-assessment, which have been used as the tools provided by the observatory in accessibility that turn, has been combined with automatic validation tool TAW - Web accessibility Test that allows you to make an analysis and provides information on the level of accessibility of the Web pages, in addition to use external tools to analyse the contrasts.

It has also been used the tool of W3C that allows you to validate web pages on the standards HTML, XHTML, SMIL, etc.

Recent review of the declaration, 1 october 2022.

Observations and contact information

Our aim is to continue to work every day in improved accessibility, we invite you to send their complaints or suggestions for any failure of accessibility requirements set out (art. 10.2.a) del RD 1112/2018 such as:

  • Report on any possible failure of this website.
  • Transmit other difficulties of access to content.
  • To make any other queries or suggestions for improvement regarding the accessibility to the site.

At its disposal has available the e-mail and/or physical office the following:

Sub-Department of information technologies and communications, public employment service, c/Condesa of Venadito 9, 28027 Madrid.

May file a complaint concerning the implementation of the requirements of RD 1112/2018 or a request for information accessible concerning:


  • content that are excluded from the scope of the RD 1112/2018, as provided for by article 3, paragraph 4.
  • or contents that are exempt from compliance with accessibility requirements by imposing a disproportionate burden.

In the application of information accessible, it needs to be worked out clearly the facts, reasons and request to the fact that this is a reasonable request and legitimate.

Through the instance of the electronic site the public employment service Estatal (SEPE), an autonomous agency to the ministry of labour and Social Economy, as well as the rest of the options provided in the act 39 / 2015, 1 october, of Common Administrative Procedure of the public authorities.


Method of implementation

If after a request for information accessible or complaint, this had been rejected, it is not in conformity with the decision taken, or the response would not meet the requirements set out in section 12.5 the person may initiate a claim. It also may initiate a claim in the event that it has been passed within 20 working days without having received no reply.

The complaints procedure provided for in rule 13 del RD 1112/2018 can be initiated through the following link:


Optional content

It is all the points of verification of priority 1 and 2 (level AA) defined the norm UNE-EN 301549 v1.1.2:2015 and the Web content accessibility guidelines 2.0 by the Web accessibility Initiative (WAI) established by The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).

This statement of conformity collects all pages that are under the domain excluding pages that are external links as well as the contents which are embedded in but from other servers.

Text size

Sources have been used with relative sizes so that if the user prefers to greater source allows you to select the menu of text size of your browser.

Structure of the pages

This portal is designed with a common format for all pages of content: Top area that includes header, main menu and thread of Ariane (tracker). A central zone which includes secondary navigation and contents. And, finally, with a footer with interesting links. This provision makes it easily become familiar with the structure of the official thus facilitating its navigation to those in need of technical assistance to use the website.

Header area: Includes language selection, contact information and navigation.

The area of subcabecera includes Ariadna thread the dual role of the user guide and to allow navigation toward other pages.

Central area of content and navigation menu.

An area which serves as the closure of the pages and shows links and contact information.

Introduction of pages controlled through a system of validated style sheets (CSS).