The regional government and the two large unions, the UGT and CCOO, have agreed on the need to move towards creating a model of tourism in the Balearics that is based on quality and less seasonality as well as on the need for a change to the islands’ general economic model in order that there can be greater shared prosperity.
Biel Barceló, the vice-president and minister for innovation and research as well as tourism, has met with Katiana Vicens and Alejandro Texías of, respectively, the CCOO and UGT, and they have stressed the importance of the tourism sector and so are seeking improvements to its model as well as policies to incentivise research.
 Both unions have offered their support for certain amendments to the Balearic tourism law: specifically, the tourist eco-tax and all-inclusive hotel regulation.