The Third Vice President and Minister of Labor,
Yolanda Diaz, promised a “True revolution in the Spanish labor market” that begins to be forged already in the proposals that arrive from his department to the social agents. The latest document put on the table, to which ABC has had access, focuses on one of the great problems of the Spanish labor market and, ultimately, one of the
major commitments made with Brussels in exchange for the arrival of the funds: reduce temporality.
The Government thus raises limit the conditions as much as possible under which a temporary contract can be signed instead of a fixed one and will force to convert to indefinite modality to