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How to tell if you’re a “workaholic” or just care a lot about your job

“What plans do you have for the weekend?” Vicente asks María, his colleague. “Well, I have to complete an audit for a client,” he replies. Maria is a person workaholic. According to the most recent figures from the International Labor Organization (ILO), in Spain 6% of workers worked 49 hours or more. Nowadays, working too …

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The labor inspectorate recognizes the illegal assignment of 14 cameramen to À Punt

VALENCE. In Punt started the week upside down by day. If on Monday the Anti-fraud questioned the hiring of the head of meteorology and requested a timetable for the definitive provision of the positions reflected in the RPT of À Punt covered on a temporary basis, this Tuesday came the final resolution of the labor …

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The labor inspectorate recognizes the illegal assignment of 14 cameramen to À Punt

VALENCE. In Punt started the week upside down by day. If on Monday the Anti-fraud questioned the hiring of the head of meteorology and requested a timetable for the definitive provision of the positions reflected in the RPT of À Punt covered on a temporary basis, this Tuesday came the final resolution of the labor …

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Aragón will train the 1,200 workers of its nine public residences for the elderly in person-centered care

The Aragonese Institute of Social Services (IASS) will form on the person-centred care for approximately 1,200 workers in the nine public residences for the elderly of the Community and, among them, 200 will receive more direct support for the development of this new model of care. The Mattia Institutea national reference in this model, advise …

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Labor market | The myth of the lack of staff: vacancies represent less than 1% of employees

“Absolutely not“. This is how Jesús Cruz Villalón, professor of labor law and social security at the University of Seville, responds when asked if vacancies, jobs that are not yet filled, are a problem important in Spain. Álvaro Gaertner, technician of the economic cabinet of the CCOO and one of the people in charge of …

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