Balearics leads the annual fall in unemployment
Black market employment market shrinking.
More employment contracts for waiters than any other job
36,000 waiters were employed between January and October last year.
Record number of 'fijo discontinuo' employees were working in October
Some 90,000 employees with fijo discontinuo contracts in the Balearics.
18 million euros to be spent on youth employment
"Many young people have just finished their studies and either don’t have a career, have suffered one crisis after another or have emancipation problems.."
Over 130,000 workers received no more than 475 euros a month in 2020
Around 230,000 workers earned no more than the minimum wage in 2020.
Union calls for a reduction in temporary contracts
“It is necessary that everyone in the Balearic Islands has a stable income throughout the year..”
Thousands back to work in the Balearics in October
Unemployment fell by 734, which is the first fall in October since records began in 1975, according to the Ministry of Labour.
More than 1,500 foreign workers left the Balearics last month
Social Security had 2,240,775 foreign contributors in September.
Growth in hospitality hiring highest in the Balearics
Nationally, the number of hospitality employment contracts is similar to that of 2014.
Massive drop in Unemployment in the Balearics in August
In August, the number of workers in ERTE hit a new low of 272,190.
Thousands of people back at work in the Balearics
Nationwide, the number of people employed increased by 464,900 in Q2, to 19,671,700 workers.
More people in Mallorca could soon be working from home
Randstad pointed out the importance of supporting workers who are struggling with the transition to teleworking.
"Fijo discontinuo" bonuses to be extended until October 2021
Some 83,000 workers in the Balearics have "fijo discontinuo" contracts.
Thousands of Restaurant & Bar jobs at risk in Mallorca
"90% of the Sector is losing money because of the coronavirus crisis and at least 600 hospitality companies will close down forever.
Spain’s four-day week
"To ease unemployment the far-left of the government want a shorter working week.."
Gender Pay Gap in Mallorca
"Correcting this discrimination will allow a greater integration of women in the labour market and benefit the competitiveness and productivity of companies.."
Waiter in Mallorca
Temporary workers have been the hardest hit by the pandemic.
Permanent employees withstanding impact of recession in the Balearics
Forty per cent fewer temporary employees.
"The Spanish Prime Minister has promised to create 800,00 jobs, but how?
Never mind the quantity, it’s the employment quality
What does this quality employment imply? What do you think?
Andrew Ede02/12/2021 12:51