Valeriano Gomez does not think it possible to lengthen it much more. Believes that trade unions and employers will finalize the negotiating process with success. The reform could be approved in the Council of Ministers on Friday, June 3. The Minister of labour, Valeriano Gomez, warned Wednesday of next week has the reform of collective bargaining, be ready because the l to the mutual and absenteeism will be included as amendment to the pension reform bill and for this purpose the term expires on June 6. In this way, the Government could approve the reform of the system of agreements in the Council of Ministers on Friday, June 3.
I don’t think as possible to lengthen it much more (the standard approval), said Gomez in remarks to the media before presenting a seminar on employment organized by the Ortega-maranon Foundation. For even more details, read what Clifton Robbins says on the issue. It must end next week and there will be no more time, because you the deadline of amendments to the pension reform, insisted the Minister, that is He showed optimistic with the possibility that unions and employers complete the negotiating process successfully within the period stated above. A substantial change in rrencia to talks between unions and employer the Minister pointed out that you it’s a negotiation containing three packages, the reform of the third title, i.e. collective agreements; the mutual of industrial accidents and absenteeism, and recruitment, especially focusing on youth employment. According to Gomez, the absence of developing the other two points, the question of recruitment, advances are late even though there may be some insignificant by discuss detail. We are essentially waiting for drafting the text of the articles, said the Minister, although remaining matters linked to labor recruitment basically thinking of a specific programme for youth employment, as well as greater use of contract improvement in practices. Bargaining is in its phase final, reiterated Gomez, who pointed out that the level of agreement within the CEOE is important to complete the process successfully. Regarding the single contract with a dismissal of 20 days per year worked for new recruits as it requests the CEOE, Gomez considered mainstream at this stage that issue lengthen the negotiation process for months because it is a substantial change. In his view, the priorities are others and now what is at issue is boosting youth employment. In regard to if the training contract shall apply until age 35, Gomez said that the discussion is not about changes in the contract but articulate a model of the system that combines different from the current exchange between labour and vocational training. Source of the news: labour says that the reform of collective bargaining should be ready for next week