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17:49

Local

"We're 21st century slaves," say protesting hotel room cleaners

alberto gómez

...draw attention to hoteliers who, they claim, outsource cleaning jobs to agencies and so avoid having to pay a series of benefits and a minimum wage for the sector, as employees are not counted as full hotel staff.“We are 21st century slaves,” they say.

14:54

Local

Mijas to pay out up to 6,000 euros to self-employed and small firms

Ivan Gelibter

...includes 117.2 million euros for public works, which the council believes will create more than 2,500 new jobs in the sector. "Of the total, 57.2 million euros will be for projects which are already planned and the remaining 60 million will be used for 30

12:07

Local

Marbella town hall opens up 500 job posts to the public

Mónica Pérez Marbella

Several hundred people queued outside Marbella town hall on Wednesday after the council announced it would be opening up a register for some 500 temporary job posts it will need to fill over the coming years. The majority of the jobs are cleaning, ... maintenance and gardening posts that will need to be occupied at various stages of the year. The lists that residents could sign up for are independent of each other and 10 per cent of future jobs are reserved for those with a disability of 33 per cent

12:54

Local

Costa del Sol deserted at traditional start of peak season

Pilar Martínez

...study released). It also points to the loss of 137,000 jobs in the industry that is the driving force of the local economy. "The most negative scenario proposes a recovery of both the national and international market at the same rate as after the SARS

16:54

Local

Starlite Festival threatens to quit Marbella unless it is allowed to open late at night

Héctor Barbotta

...be planned properly and risks their viability and jobs, says Starlite. It claims it is being unfairly treated by the mayor. The organisers’ frustration reached boiling point early on Thursday last week when two Local Police officers turned up at 2am ... starting legal action for what they call “obstructive and illegal behaviour”. They say jobs are being put at risk. Marbella's Puerto Deportivo nightspots get over 100 fines for disobeying closing times Starlite is not alone in feeling frustration at

15:41

Sport

A dose of reality needed

Rob Palmer

It is reported that there are 184,626 jobs in Spanish football so that is 184,626 livelihoods that need some protection. The financial experts estimate it will cost one billion euros if the season is cancelled; 300 million if it resumes in empty

20:40

Opinion

Easter and Covid-19

REV. ADRIAN LOW

Life is risky. If you didn't know that in February, you must know that by now. Touch nothing! Go nowhere. Money, health, jobs and businesses all in the risk register. People are putting off seeing the doctor about something just in case they catch

11:30

National

Zara owner sees sales jump 12% and profits beat three billion euros

LUCÍA PALACIOS LA CORUÑA

Spanish retail giant, Inditex, carried on its upward march in 2016 and continued to beat its own sales records. The Galicia-based company, which owns brands such as Zara, Massimo Dutti, Pull & Bear and Stradivarius, saw sales of 23.31 billion euros w

17:04

Local

New British supermarket set to open in Mijas by the end of March

JUAN SOTO

...can find out more by contacting the company at jobs@thefoodco.es. Overseas success story The mastermind behind the project is the Alicante-based food importer Overseas Imports, specialising in British supermarket products. The businessman and

19:26

Opinion

The Village Dream Preservation Society

Peter Edgerton

jobs which allows you to work from home. If the scheme goes well in Granada, you can bet your boots other provinces will hastily follow suit. Before you know it, all over the country, the rural football pitch grass will be getting cut, the goalposts