The stabilization of places marked by Europe opens a door for temporary workers


A teacher, a janitor and a legal adviser of the Basque government have been in the studios of Radio Euskadi “Boulevard” to explain their situation.

There are many doubts about the application of urgent measures to: reduce temporary work in public administration Today, the temporality in Euskadi is the highest in Europe.

In exchange for releasing European funds, Brussels claimed the Spanish state moving temporary employment at the civil service from over 20% today to 8% in 2024. Meanwhile in December the law was passed to stabilize public employmentand with this law on the table, in Euskadi, Education, Osakidetza and Lakua are already finalizing the way to meet European requirements.

hence this one In the last few days you will hear how PPOs are being prepared 6,500 places in education, 3,700 in Osakidetza and 3,100 in general administration.

Now Provincial Councils, Public Companies and Municipal Councils Get started to start the processes for stabilizing your workforce They are matches that open the doors for the eternal interims to finally get the long-awaited permanent positions.

A teacher, a janitor and a legal adviser of the Basque government have been in the studios of the “Boulevard” to explain their situation.

Mikel Mimentza He has chained 16 years of contracts in public schools and the last 4 have been done in the same center, “the Spanish state is one of the few that has not met the interim, and it is a process in which they are forced . It opens to many people a door to see their situation regulated”.

Jon Etxeberriasecurity guard at Osakidetza, for his part, has been working for 13 years and the last 7 in the same position, “they moved me when they wanted. It’s an uncertainty because the head is going to come. The word OPE sounds like going back to school, nerves “Instability. Oppositions have to be held because thousands of people are signing up and there are very few places. It’s a brutal degree of demand.”

And finally, Jose Ignacio Tejerobuilds up 16 years as a legal counsel in Lakua, jumping from vacant position to vacant position, “I’m not that optimistic. The places offered are minimal, I don’t know what the general administration is up to, because there are more and more obstacles.”

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Source: EITB


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