President of the Spanish Confederation of Trade Organizations (CEOE), Antonio Garamendisaid in Murcia this Friday that the implementation of the working day four days a week is part of the “debate to win the election”, adding that “five days are necessary at the moment”.
Interacting with the media before attending the 44th edition of Mercian Employers Assembly, garment He reiterates that “they have a thousand nuances when you talk about issues seriously”, and that, “the funny thing is, when talking about them, it’s always the same. There are groups of people who talk about them and meet each other”.
will be discussed in the future
“We are in permanent elections and we are in politics, and we are not involved in politics, we make companies,” said the leader of CEOEHowever, those who have assured that when this issue “comes on the negotiating table” “we’ll talk about it” because “it depends on the region and the company.”
In line, he insisted that at present economic contextIn which “we are coming out of a very deep hole”, small Spanish companies represent 98% and they each have an average of five people.
“In a pharmacy where the job is for four days, no one will accept a job for a day. In any case, we always sit at the table and are ready to talk He who touches, but when he touches”, he added.
Garamendi: “At present five working hours are required”