The Labor Reform, Not on the Electoral Agenda

Our model of industrial relations and regulatory framework is archaic, and reforms have taken it back in such a way that it fell into disuse by more than 80%, preannouncing its terminal decadence.

Published in the magazine Consejo Digital on June 11, 2019
Our labor and employment law does not make any reference to new technologies or the gig economy.

This also adds to the crisis in employment, stagflation (inflation + recession), the fall in activity levels, inadequate investment rates, credit crunch, austere currency policy, financial speculation, and in particular SME shutdown or downsizing. As to wages under collective bargaining agreements, they have lost more than 15% purchasing power in average in the last eighteen months. Seguir leyendo The Labor Reform, Not on the Electoral Agenda