The president of the Government, Pedro Sanchez, has advanced on Monday that the Executive will reduce to three the number of work contracts. That is: it will leave them in an indefinite one, a temporary one and another one of formation or relay. This new structure is being finalized within the framework of social dialogue with the trade unions and employers, according to Sánchez himself. In addition to these measures and in the same context, will promote the recovery of forced retirement by age in collective agreements and establish the mandatory registration of work schedules.
Sanchez has cited these decisions as part of his "agenda of change", a reforams that, as he said in his speech at an event organized by the newspaper Expansion, foresees that they become reality in the coming months.
Before an audience in which several ministers were and the leader of the PP, Pablo Casado, has listed a list of future initiatives dominated by the workplace, with the objective of "reducing precariousness and duality" and "re-launching growth".
In his opinion, recovering forced retirement by age can help generate employment. And the creation of a compulsory registry of the schedules will avoid the abuses and will facilitate the resolution of discrepancies, has clarified.
He has also mentioned his intention to recover the value of collective bargaining and reinforce the causality of temporary hiring.
In the same way, it has opted to cut the number of bonuses and deductions for hiring, leaving only those that affect the most vulnerable and needy groups.
Your "change agenda" also includes before the end of the year a shock plan for young employment, in which some 3,000 work counselors will be hired, placing emphasis on the improvement of digital skills and foreign language skills. "We will also support people abroad, where their return and their talent will be encouraged," he said.
In addition, it has ratified an upcoming Vocational Training Law to develop the dual FP model, incorporating companies through flexible formulas and creating consortiums throughout the national territory.
In the financial sector, he recalled that the institutional architecture of regulatory and supervisory bodies will be strengthened through the creation of an authority that will be called the National Financial Stability Authority and an Independent Authority for the Protection of Financial Clients.
Regarding the General Budgets of the State, Sanchez has stated that his cabinet "does not throw in the towel" and that he trusts in reaching an agreement with the rest of the parliamentary forces to approve them. "That is why we extend our hand to the rest of the parliamentary forces," he declared.