CCOO de Asturias argues that the labor reform Zapatero gets worse every day that passes ".
Employment Secretary CCOO de Asturias, Miguel Iglesias Ballina, on Tuesday rejected the cuts in unemployment proposed by the Government as part of a labor reform that "gets worse every day that passes."
According to Iglesias Ballina indicated in a statement, the proposal launched by the Government to cut to 30 days the deadline for the unemployed to reject a job without losing the benefit, just days after raising, fallen earth chips, the standards for access to the help of 420 euros for the unemployed who exhaust unemployment benefits, "confirms that the Government is committed to the weaker foot the bill for the crisis and the price of failure of the Executive itself Zapatero to get out of it."
Employment Secretary CCOO de Asturias believes that "instead of picking on the stand, as if, free mmorpg game, they were to blame for the situation being experienced by unwanted, what is urgently needed to improve the intermediation of public services employment in Asturias not processed or five percent of the contracts, while the whole country or even not reach three percent. "
Strengthening Public Employment Service to substantially increase its role of intermediation, and vocational, star trek online gold, guidance services, to provide individualized attention to the unemployed through the insertion of customized itineraries that combine measures of accompaniment training and employment,
CCOO are proposals raised during the "frustrated" labor reform negotiations to improve access to employment for unemployed workers and to boost the labor market Spaniard in particularly dramatic for employment as we are experiencing.
Asturias Although these objectives have been included in the agreement for regional (Holly), "we are still far from being achieved in the absence of political will of the autonomous government to provide necessary resources to the regional public service employment," he stressed the union official.
In this sense, the Employment Secretary CCOO de Asturias stresses that "only 4.9 percent of employees who had the region in 2009 had achieved their current job through a public employment office, which shows the low weight of the Public Service Employment in intermediation for access to employment. "