Jose Maria Lacasa

The President of CEOE says that the draft is quite unbalanced. Rosell expects the content of the draft to change between now and Friday. This Friday the Council of Ministers shall approve as statutory law. The President of the CEOE, Juan Rosell, said Wednesday that the draft of the reform of collective bargaining by the Ministry of labour is disappointing and is quite unbalanced. This is the view that you have expressed this afternoon Rosell at press conference, where it has appeared accompanied by the CEPYME, Jesus Terciado, President and Secretary general of the CEOE, Jose Maria Lacasa. According to Rosell, CEOE expects the content of this draft to change between now and Friday, day in which the Council of Ministers shall adopt it as Decree-law.

The conclusion that has reached the employers is that, after four months of negotiations with unions and the Government, which proposes them work is quite disappointing and quite unbalanced, said Rosell. As you noted, this is due to that work has not picked up the principles of agreement that the CEOE did with CCOO and UGT until both parties give for broken negotiations last June 2, which has led the Government to legislate unilaterally. These points of consensus have been forgotten in the working text are the rridos to give greater prominence to company conventions, the use of extrajudicial solving labour disputes or absenteeism, said the President of the CEOE. In this regard, Rosell denied that the Government has not incorporated them for bad faith. The Executive has written in its proposal that it felt right, but in an unbalanced manner, insisted Rosell. Rosell also recalled that the workhorse for entrepreneurs is that the future standard will serve to boost internal flexibility in companies. I regret not Covenant inquired if CEOE now regrets not having reached a pact with unions that would have prevented the working proposal, Rosell replied that things happen when they happen and He added that futurology is complicated.

Therefore, the President of entrepreneurs highlighted to the CEOE dislikes neither music nor the lyrics as proposed by labour because it solves problems or going in the direction of fixing the problems every day employers have. However, Rosell wanted to make it clear that the CEOE is going to abide by the regulation to be adopted definitively. In the meantime, the CEOE will maintain contacts with the different parliamentary groups in the face of the subsequent parliamentary handling of Decree-law. According to the calculations of Rosell, will not be definitively approved in the Congress of Deputies until September, term that was considered, should seize CEOE to try that parties reflected their demands via amendments to the text. For more specific information, check out Melido Perez. Source of the news: Rosell tilda’s “disappointing” the proposal for work on collective agreements