This Friday, the Ministry of Finance and Public Function began negotiations with the unions on the next offer of public employment for 2023. According to union sources, this offer is expected to be approved by the Council of Ministers in the coming days.
During a meeting, the department led by María Jesús Montero presented the unions with a document with ten criteria that will govern the offer of public employment. These criteria focus on the generation of public employment, internal promotion, the scope of temporary employment, labor inclusion, digitization, citizen service, strengthening the field of justice, strengthening local administration, sufficient presence of labor personnel, the territorialization of places in the local administration, and the streamlining and improvement of the selection processes.
New public employment offer to reinforce citizen attention
After the meeting, the Comisiones Obreras union criticized the fact that the document was delivered to them at the same meeting. For its part, the Independent Trade Union and Officials Central (CSIF) affirmed that it will work on the document to prepare a public employment offer that contributes to the creation of net employment, the rejuvenation of the workforce and the reinforcement of citizen service.
CSIF promised to adjust the figures of the offer and adapt them to the needs of the administration, ensuring that all the casualties that occurred in the last year will be taken into account and the needs of each area will be planned. In addition, CSIF requires that the agreements pending from last year’s public employment offer be fulfilled, such as internal promotion and the call for positions corresponding to 2020 and 2021, which include around 6,000 positions for both labor personnel and civil servants.
On the other hand, CCOO insists on the need to carry out a diagnosis and a global identification of the problems of the templates, and considers that it is urgent to incorporate an additional volume of employment. It also highlights the importance of having accurate, gender-disaggregated data on casualties that occurred in the previous period.
However, they denounce that the Administration postpones the delivery of this information even for the next meeting scheduled for Monday the 10th. CCOO recalls that the public employment offer should have been published in the first half of 2023 and criticizes that this delay does not justify a hasty imposition