The Commission for Social Dialogue and Employment met on Wednesday, November 6 to address the challenges of the world of work in the 21st century, for which it was attended by the Secretary of State for Employment, Yolanda Valdeolivas. In addition, a wide variety of labor issues were addressed, such as regulatory and jurisprudential developments or issues to be taken into account in the field of collective bargaining.
During his speech, Valdeolivas was confident in being able to address the necessary reforms in the near future. In this regard, he underlined his commitment to social dialogue and his intention to bring to the tables as many measures as may arise in case of continuity of the current Executive.
He also emphasized the need to recognize the needs of companies when addressing the digital challenge and technological development, with the idea of being able to quickly adapt the skills and qualifications of workers to new challenges. In this regard, he invited the members of the Commission to submit their concerns in this regard, through CEOE, to be able to work together on these issues and others that represent a necessary update of the labor regulatory framework to the new realities.
CEOE moved its concern over such important issues as the next rise in the minimum interprofessional minimum wage (SMI) or the application of the new obligations of the day registration.