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21:00

Local

Ericsson bans its 200 staff from PTA tech park over coronavirus fears

francisco gutiérrez / ángel escalera

In a sign of global panic over coronavirus spreading to the Costa, mobile communications giant Ericsson told 200 staff at its Malaga PTA tech park offices to work from home on Wednesday. Bosses feared that one of the workers might have been

13:18

Opinion

Reforming the reforms

Mark Nayler

Spain’s new leftist government has made its first amendment to the controversial labour laws introduced by Mariano Rajoy in 2012. Announced by labour minister Yolanda Díaz this week, the reform will make it less easy for companies to fire workers ... The PSOE-Podemos alliance, then, has done well to reverse a piece of legislation that was indifferent to workers’ welfare. The reforms introduced by Rajoy at the height of the economic crisis were designed to make life easier and cheaper for ... companies, not to consolidate the stability or rights of employees. They were also backed last October by Spain’s Constitutional Court, which ruled that employers could sack ill workers even if they produced a medical note from their doctor. Rajoy’s 2012

12:43

Local

Withdrawal Agreement leaves plenty up in the air

Jennie Rhodes brexit

workers. He is concerned that extra paperwork could make him "uncompetitive" and lose out on contracts as he may need extra time to apply for visas, or even simply not be eligible for work as he is no longer an EU citizen. "If the [future trade] agreement ... existing EU family reunification rights. After that, those people will be "subject to UK immigration laws." Cross border workers can still work in other countries as long as they return to their host country every day, or at least once a week.

20:50

Local

Police raid on illegal cigarette factory unearths six suffocating workers

Juan Cano / Álvaro Frías

Guardia Civil officers have rescued six workers, who were at risk of suffocation, from a hidden cigarette factory near Monda. The men, all Ukrainian nationals, were found enclosed in an underground bunker, which was equipped to produce 3,500 ... Europe. Detectives had established that the cigarettes were being produced on an estate near the small town of Monda, on the edge of the Sierra de las Nieves. The arrested suspects failed to tell detectives that the workers in the bunker would be ... the indifference of the leaders of the organisation who, after being arrested, knew that the generator was likely to have run out of fuel. Despite being aware that their six workers could die of suffocation in the bunker, they still gave no indication

15:25

Opinion

Keeping everyone happy

Mark Nayler

...a quarter of the country's workforce is on temporary contracts. In fact, Spain has the highest number of temporary workers in the EU and in 2017, around 60% of the contracts they signed were for six months or less. Such positions are of much more

20:20

Local

Farmers' tractor protest disrupts motorways in Antequera area

AUGUSTÍN PELÁEZ

A large protest by farmers cut off a motorway in the north of Malaga province on Thursday. Agricultural workers were staging a demonstration to draw attention to the low prices they receive to sell their produce compared to the much higher prices

19:12

Opinion

Take my advice

Mark Nayler

Mariano Rajoy's labour market reforms well alone. Introduced by the then-Conservative prime minister in 2012, at the height of the crisis, the changes enabled companies to cut their costs at the expense of workers' stability. The legacy of these ... government - whose Employment Minister is a member of the Spanish Communist Party - that has vowed to repeal Rajoy's reforms and make life better for workers. In other words, it is not likely to be heeded. Meanwhile, Philip Alston, the UN's Special

18:02

Local

More staff hired to end delay in ITV vehicle-test appointments

FRANCISCO JIMÉNEZ

...of staff on temporary contracts. Appointments have been easier to get at testing centres in Malaga province over the last week. The problem arose when some 400 workers across Andalucía didn't have their temporary contracts renewed at the end of last

13:48

National

Farmers protest in Madrid over low prices affecting their livelihoods

LUCÍA PALACIOS

...below the cost of production. They claim that others in the supply chain, including the large supermarkets, are making excessive profit at their expense. "Agriculture workers don't want politics. We've been in a crisis for 40 years and we want fair