Employment In Madrid

Hundreds of Union representatives were concentrated against the Assembly of Madrid, on December 27, coinciding with the adoption of the general budget of the community of Madrid and the law on fiscal measures and administration for 2012. This latest Government itself are incorporated into 25 amendments through the Popular group that seriously affect the employment and public services of quality in our region. For CCOO, the PP amendments involve a new imposition of restrictive measures for public employment and an attack on collective bargaining. Them expands public workers working hours to 37.5 hours per week. CCOO recalls that this increase of 2.5 hours per week will have a devastating employment in Madrid effect since it will mean the destruction of 7,000 jobs in the public sector from Madrid. In addition, Aguirre will remove add-ins established in the situation of temporary incapacity so that, in the case of common illness or non-work-related accident, staff will not receive any retribution the first three days of baja. The measures also include the abolition of free disposal days.

The concentration were also called workers of public companies such as Radio Television Madrid, Canal de Isabel II or Metro, among others, that also will affect these measures. BST would highlight the wage, 712,96 euros gross per month, which will be 600 and little in net. It seems little despite not being a full time job. Full availability Monday urged Sunday in exchange for that salary. It is clear that the jobs are not for professional librarians but is that BST is also concerned about the situation of other peers that are in the library. In addition, as already commented on privatization of a new category of staff in the municipal libraries of Madrid, the funny thing is that it this job category of auxiliary control already there in the madrilenian libraries but as public employment in Madrid. Of course, with working conditions more worthy and perhaps with less cost to the Administration who outsourced the work.

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