ATA attributes the rise in unemployment to the "slowdown" in employment due to the latest rise in the Minimum Wage

ATA attributes the rise in unemployment to the "slowdown" in employment due to the latest rise in the Minimum Wage


MadridUpdated:

The president of the National Federation of Associations of Autonomous Workers (ATA), Lorenzo Amor, has indicated this Monday that the data of unemployment of the month of February rThey see the "slowdown" in the creation of employment, as well as the growth of freelancers and companies.

Amor has pointed out in a statement, that in February, less employment was created, less indefinite hiring, less autonomous and more unemployment than in the same month last year. "The disproportionate rise of the SMI continues to take its toll on employment," said the head of ATA.

He also stressed that the self-employed, despite growing, do it three times less than in February 2018, "So he asked the Government to abandon any intention" to establish measures that harm the creation of employment and that harm self-employed workers and companies.

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