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295 resultados para 'jobs'

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16:55

Opinion

A thought for the good eggs

Rachel Haynes

...and jobs schemes? Every time we learn of a new case of corruption, involving politicians and officials sneaking public funds off to their private accounts through one means or another, there seems to be a non-reaction. People, already on their way

15:56

Local

More jobless and less work in first three months of 2017

LUCÍA PALACIOS

2016. On the Costa del Sol, unemployment levels rose 10,700 compared to the last quarter of 2016. The Easter tourist season, bringing seasonal jobs, fell later, in April this year. Andalucía overall, however, saw the biggest fall in Spain over the

13:19

Gibraltar

Shadow foreign secretary pays a fact-finding visit to Gibraltar

DEBBIE BARTLETT GIBRALTAR

...the sovereignty of Gibraltar and the right of its people to self-determination. “We are also determined to protect Gibraltar’s economy and ensure that its government can continue to create jobs and prosperity in the years to come,” she said. “Under

15:16

LifeStyle

The invisible illness

ALBERTO GÓMEZ MALAGA

...on individual cases. The different symptoms makes diagnosis difficult, and the condition is often only discovered when a woman is unable to become pregnant. Personal experiences "We have lost partners and jobs because of the pain" The

15:05

LifeStyle

“We have lost jobs and partners because of the pain”

A. GÓMEZ MALAGA

...call for greater specialisation and faster and more effective diagnosis. Some decided to become mothers before they discovered that the condition had made them infertile, and they have all lost jobs and partners because of a lack of understanding.

14:30

Opinion

Better late than never

Mark Nayler The Euro Zone

...effectively wipe out the raise: civil servants have some of the cushiest, best-paid jobs in the country. Rajoy’s real Everest is Spain’s unemployment problem. His PP government has been creating jobs at its promised rate of about 500,000 a year over the ... employment contracts in 2017, but has announced that 250,000 permanent positions will be given to employees in the public sector. He’s also pledged a further 8,000 jobs in the police force and in teaching. According to the Ministry of Economy, the aim in 2017

13:31

Local

Ilunion takes control of four-star Hotel Hacienda Puerta del Sol in Mijas

Ivan Gelibter Mijas

Fuengirola. This particular hotel consists of 136 rooms and its facilities include open air and heated swimming pools, outside gardens, saunas, tennis courts, minigolf and a children’s play area. All of the 29 members of staff will keep their jobs under the

14:48

LifeStyle

Sacked for donating

ANTONIO CORBILLÓN MADRID

...these people with no protection in terms of employment rights. What do they want? They are asking for employment law to be amended to protect donors' jobs and provide similar benefits to those received by pregnant women. Political groups in ... employers. Some potential donors are reluctant to go ahead because they fear they will lose their jobs"They said these had been voluntary tests and that I wasn't ill, so they wouldn't accept them. They said the only solution would be to apply for unpaid ... experiencing serious problems of this type, and between eight and ten per cent have lost their jobs," says the president of HEPA, Luis Torres. The families complain that companies became less understanding with the onset of the economic crisis. "The support

13:49

National

Brits in Spain await Brexit talks outcome

J. RHODES / A. CORBILLÓN Malaga/Madrid

...first According to polls, the main concern among Britons living in Spain is healthcare. Many are worried that they would not be able to get private health insurance or that they wouldn't be able to afford it. What about Spanish companies and jobs