CCOO estimates that 75% of young workers are precarious and brings it to the 2012 Labor Reformation

75% of employees under the age of 25 have precarious working conditions in Spain, according to a report on labor precarious prepared by workers' commissions an

CCOO estimates that 75% of young workers are precarious and brings it to the 2012 Labor Reformation

75% of employees under the age of 25 have precarious working conditions in Spain, according to a report on labor precarious prepared by workers' commissions and the Institute of International Economics of the University of Alicante, which cite as the main cause of the labor reform of the year 2012.

In global terms, 48% of employees are precarious in the country. "Although there is no causal evidence in the report, the evidence suggests that the changes that have occurred in precariousness are associated with the normative changes that have been in recent years, such as the 2012 labor reform that is associated with a Increase in precariousness ", has explained Hipólito Simón, professor of the Applied Analysis Department of the University of Alicante.

Simon has explained that following the Labor Reform of 2012 there was a "significant increase of workers who charge less than 1,200 euros gross per month in twelve payments", with which it was the "salary devaluation" the lack that caused an increase of precariousness since that year.

On the contrary, measures such as the schedule record and the rise of the interprofessional minimum wage "are associated with a reduction in precariousness," it has pointed out, as well as the use of temporary employment regulation (ERTE) in the crisis derived from the Covid

According to the study, presented this Thursday, there is "multidimensional precariousness" when at least one relevant lack of employment is given that evidences its poor quality. The seven possible deficiencies that detect are: having a reduced monthly salary, having a reduced hour salary, having a temporary contract, to be working part-time involuntarily, being overwhelmed for your position, have an extensive work day or have a day Atypical work.

Taking into account this universe of shortcomings, the report detects that "precariousness is very high in Spain, given that it affects approximately half of the workers. Thus, on the one hand, 48% of employees are in a situation of Multidimensional precariousness, "point.

Within them, 26% suffer intense precariousness, 14% severe precariousness and 8% extreme precariousness. In addition, there are 24% of workers at risk of precariousness and only 28% have no lack.

Apart from being especially predominant among young people, precariousness also dominates among immigrants (67% is in this situation) and among women (54%).

There are also important differences depending on the geographical area, since while Andalusia, Extremadura or Canarias 60% of the employees are precarious, this percentage is around 40% in the Foreral Community of Navarra, Basque Country or La Rioja .

Although the incidence of precariousness has been stable in recent decades, around 50%, there has been an increase in its intensity, growing the precariousness of those who were already in a precarious situation a few years ago.

"Labor standards have been the legal alibi and the incentive framework to promote this work precariousness," said Unai Deaf, Secretary General of CCOO, which has taken advantage of that in the new labor reform improves subcontracting and ending up With the prevalence of the company agreement on the collective agreement in the salary scope.

Date Of Update: 09 December 2021, 07:31

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