this Ministry of Labor The negotiations on the new Scholarship Regulations resumed this Monday.. A dossier that he had planned to close since before the summer and postponed the employer to add to the contract. Postponing the negotiations before the internal elections, CEOE sat on the table again. maintaining extracurricular practices as one of the main workforce. Removing the same ones that were not required to pass the degree was the main innovation of the final draft sent to the social agents. A final proposal that the unions have come to submit to their highest governing bodies for ratification as a preliminary agreement. And that they would demand compliance with almost no major changes. Yolanda Díaz’s negotiators are now preparing a new document. keeping the balance this allows it to keep the factories in ‘yes’ and also add it to the CEOE.
The meeting at the Department of Labor this Monday lasted more than three hours. At the same time, employers advocated changes to nearly all of Díaz’s preliminary agreements with the unions. According to various sources presented at the meeting, the CEOE plans to continue the extra-curricular practices and introduce exceptions in the curriculum. obligation Business to cover transportation and accommodation expenses of friends. More specifically those staying abroad and these are mandatory for the student to obtain the title.
on the side unions, negotiators “hands tied” with this dossier, because the last conditions that the Government left black on white had already been approved by its leaders as a principle of agreement. And avoiding the suppression of extracurricular practices planned for 2025 would mean a profound change in the norm. It’s a norm the government plans to approve as a bill, which implies it could undergo changes in Congress as a result of agreements reached by the coalition to move forward. Something that will take a few months and will take effect for the academic year 2023-2024 at the earliest.
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