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CCOO wants to change the conditions of the scholarship holders

CCOO has announced that they will take to the social dialogue table that negotiates the internship status their proposal that non-work practices contribute to Social Security to cover sick leave and that they count to “establish the grace period” for a possible benefit for unemployment.

In the presentation this Thursday of the “Framework document for the regulation of non-labour practices”, the secretary of Union Action and Employment of the CCOO, Mari Cruz Vicente, has proposed that the statute establish a minimum compensation for interns of 50% of the indicator multipurpose income tax (IPREM), which currently stands at 579.02 euros per month.

Precisely yesterday the social dialogue table that negotiates the status of the intern met, in which the Ministry of Labor, the UGT and CCOO unions and the CEOE and Cepyme employers are sitting. For Vicente, it is necessary that this statute go ahead with “a tripartite agreement”, because “to put an end to fraud there must also be a commitment from business organizations”. Likewise, he has assured that “finding trained personnel, which companies sometimes complain about, is also the responsibility of the companies themselves”.

The Secretary for Union Action and Employment has also raised the possibility of establishing bonuses for companies that hire students who complete their internships as permanent employees to “promote the job placement of these workers.” For its part, UGT has explained in statements to the media the proposal put forward by the Ministry of Labor at yesterday’s meeting, which specifies what are the practices that will be regulated in this new standard, valuing the fact that it includes part of its proposals .

It also exhaustively defines the training activity that is going to be carried out during this internship period, as well as what the internship collaboration agreements must include from now on, while also collecting the rights that young people will have during the completion of the internship. training activity in the company.

Training in a precarious situation

CCOO has demanded that the new status of the intern serve to put an end to fraud in non-labor practices while promoting their quality and favoring the labor insertion of young people.

“We have to ensure that fraud ceases to exist, but we also have to ensure the practices to complete and complement the training,” said the CCOO youth officer, Adrià Junyent, at the presentation of the document with the union’s proposals.

Junyent has lamented the precariousness that interns currently have, who sometimes “end up being workers but without paying contributions, without being able to develop their practical training”. In this sense, he has denounced that “a student (in practice), even if he has a salary, does not know if he will continue the following week”, and has assured that this precariousness translates “into a delay in the normal incorporation into the market of worked”. Junyent has highlighted that the internships train students, but they also serve to “capture talent”, for which, she has asserted, “we have to make companies aware of the benefit that it entails for them”.

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