Temporary rate in the public sector reached 32.5% in the first quarter of 2022.historical high since the series began two decades agooutperforming the private sector by more than ten points, where temporary employment was 22.1% over the same period. intermediate in public administration increased from 30.4% in the first quarter of 2021 to 31% at the end of the same year and to 32.5% in the first quarter of 2022, bringing the total number of civil servants on temporary contracts to 1.13 million, according to the latest data from the Active Population Survey (EPA).
While State administrations register uptrend since last year, decline in the private sector almost two points of the temporary rate, up from 23.9% at the end of 2021 to 22.1% in the first quarter, thanks to a labor reform that went into effect on December 31 that significantly limited temporary employment. increase temporary contracts in the Administration is responsible, as explained to EFE by FSC-CCOO Public Policy Secretary Miriam Pinillos, to “delay in accepting job offers and in implementing employment stabilization processes“.
temporality is not the same at all levels of the public spheresince it’s around 10% in the General Government Office (AGE)higher 30% in autonomous communities and in 25% on the local government, according to the numbers processed by CSIF. There are several inconsistencies in this tonic related to different characteristics. On one side is gender gap 24% for men and 38.5% for women, which CSIF attributes to the fact that “sectors such as education and healthcare are highly feminized and it is they who receive the greatest influence from temporality.” This gap is widening between under 25 years oldwith, with temporality 86.7%which rises to 92.6% in women younger than this age.
temporality This problem what the Administration pulled decades Although I don’t knowpassed the 30 percent barrier before first quarter of last year. Since 2002, temporality has only decreased 20% for six quarters between years 2012 and 2014, despite the fact that in 2017 the then Minister of Finance and Public Administration Cristobal Montoro signed agreement with trade unions to reduce the interim rate to 8%. The current government has also committed to reducing temporary employment in the public sector through an emergency law approved in July 2021 and considered as a bill in Parliament, which includes an agreement between the executive and unions to reach that 8% by 2025.
Text suggests that temporary positions are considered structuralaround 300,000 must be awarded by December 31, 2024, for which all processes must be approved and published by June 1, 2022 and invoked by December 31, 2022. This new stabilization process will be competitive– Opposition for those who have worked temporarily and continuously for three years as of December 31, 2020, with work experience being the determining element for evaluation. Vacancies temporarily and continuously occupied before January 1, 2016 will be convened only by a competitive system as an exception.
Failure to complete the process will result in dismissal with a compensation of 20 days of fixed remuneration per year worked, although those who do not participate in the selection process will not receive financial compensation. In order to avoid similar problems in the future, the law establishes thatVacancies will be filled by temporary staff only if this cannot be done with career officials. and for a period not exceeding three years.
Despite the approval Law, Pinillos (CCOO) thinks that “many administrations” are still did not complete the stabilization processalthough he assures that “if they comply, no doubt, at the end of the process in 2024, the goal of ending the scourge of temporality will be achieved.” Trade union action secretary Public services, Isabelle Arak understands that fundamentalonce the decree law has been approved, is that the administrations have “will desire to do away with temporality once and for all.
Sources of Public Functions they reminded EFE that it was each administration (state, state or local) that name tests corresponding to their own bodies or staffing tables and one that must comply with the law, without yet knowing how many stabilization posts have already been convened
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