Nadia Calvinho, First Vice President and Minister of Economy and Digital Transformation, welcomes the entry of workers’ representatives to boards of directors proposed by Labor Minister Yolanda Diaz and sees it as an “interesting debate” in her commitment improve “democracy” in companies. “It’s a reflection and a debate that we need to have and see the different options that could be better for companies and sectors,” he said on Cuatro’s On Everyone’s Lips program, compiled by Europa Press.
It was the Minister of Labor and Social Economy, Yolanda Diaz, who raised this issue for discussion at the Europa Press information breakfast. ” Democracy must reach the business world and it’s very important that it does this to increase productivity and improve living conditions at work,” Diaz defended during his speech, citing the example of Navantia, which has workers’ representatives on its board of directors. Ask about it on Thursday, Calvinho explained that in different countries have different organizations and there are advisory committees in which workers participate. “This is one of the many issues that are regularly discussed,” Calvinho admitted.
During the interview, the Vice President stressed that one of the best news these days is the Social Security membership score for April. which exceeded 20 million. In addition, he stressed that one out of every two contracts signed was open-ended, and contracts for very short periods – less than 7 days – were reduced from three quarters to one quarter. “It shows the strength of the economy and the impact of labor reform,” Calvinho said.
However, the economic head of government acknowledged that we are currently going through a moment of uncertainty as the war in Ukraine due to Russian invasion this exacerbated the situation previously marked by the pandemic. In addition, Calvinho pointed out that right now the omicron option is affecting China and the port of Shanghai is closed, which “sooner or later” will affect the global economy. “There is a situation of greater global uncertainty and this should force us to be more cautious than ever,” the minister stressed, saying that at the same time the government is responding with measures to emerging challenges.
Despite everything, Calvinho noted that “everything points to the fact” that Spain has already passed the March peak of inflation and international organizations. they foresee that levels around 2% could be renewed in 2023, albeit under conditions of great uncertainty. In addition, the government is “finishing” negotiations with Brussels and finalizing the technical details in order, together with Portugal, to make the “Iberian exception” a reality. undock “as soon as possible” The price of gas is higher than electricity.
With regard to the continuity of the package of measures approved last week in the Congress of Deputies to overcome the economic consequences of the war, Vice President explained that from now until June 30, the government He will evaluate which aids are effective and analyze their financial costs. So, he noted that the executive branch will put an end to the bonus of 20 cents for reducing the cost of fuel if operators absorb it and keep prices.
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