CEIM moved to political parties plan to create 400,000 jobs
The employer sees low estimates of the Labour Government and shuffles the possibility of creating 400,000 jobs in the next four year only in the community of Madrid. To do so, aware that moves into election year, the new flat of CEIM will present soon a plan with specific measures to the whole of the political spectrum.
“You have to loosen the labour market so as in Spain fear to lose to hire,” he explains to El Economista Juan Pablo Lázaro, President of Madrid businessmen. The Vice President of the CEOE formula aims to go beyond the traditional demands of entrepreneurs as the reduction of labour costs.
“It is time that we seek another form of financing that are not social contributions”, said Francisco Aranda, responsible for Labour Affairs of CEIM. In the chapter on taxation, in addition, the employer affects the need to lower taxes and, above all, to pave the way to new entrepreneurs. “Cannot be a person who runs out to pay the same share start to another that already carries a high turnover on the road”, says Aranda.
The plan that the employer insists be called cross for their ability to improve the life of small and large companies acts also on the economic and labour. In this sense, CEIM is necessary to normalize the geographical or functional mobility. “If we do not undertake a change in this regard, in times of crisis we will return to the dismissal as only way to square accounts”.
However, if something he wanted to also influence the employer is in the need to expand the training of the employed and unemployed. In this sense, businessmen estimate that for each year of studies inverted, productivity increases between 2.3% and 3.1%.
This road would also be, in the opinion of responsible for labour issues, a good destination for the more than 2.5 million jobs near me that are hiring lost during the crisis in the construction. “If we are not a good part of this mass labour, will be incontratables,” affects Aranda. On the construction, however, Juan Pablo Lázaro is more prudent. “No demonizing this sector.” Thus, calculates that the prudent weight of this sector in the gross domestic product (GDP) would have to almost 15%.
The other great pillar that entrepreneurs would attack is which baptized as economical where they include the need to implement in Spain “a real market unit as well as reduce the bureaucracy”. Remember as well that, despite having climbed some jobs, the economy still ranks a rather under – 33 among the 189 countries taking part – in the world Doing Business 2015.
One of the gaps that also criticize are barriers to the outsourcing of the enterprises. In order to solve it, the plan proposes that the embassies would become real instruments that help the private sector. On the other hand, they also warn Spain premia to medium-sized enterprises, because “the leap to become big passes a Bill too high”, says Aranda.
Finally, the package also consists of specific sectoral actions. In particular, the programme proposes interventions in trade, tourism, industry and services.
For the new President of CEIM, Juan Pablo Lázaro, is the time to help the private sector. “We must remember that even if the economy improves, there are only 40% of the entrepreneurs who manage to close with benefits”, he concludes.