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Free Powerpoint Templates. SUMARY of 12 months of austerity. SUBIDA IRPF SUBIDA IBI. DECEMBER 2011. CONGELACIÓN sueldo funcionarios AUMENTO JORNADA funcionarios Reducción 20% subvenciones p políticos y sindicatos Recorte 9 millardos presupuestos Paralización ley dependencia

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sumary of 12 months of austerity
SUMARY of 12 months of austerity
  • SUBIDA IRPF
  • SUBIDA IBI

DECEMBER 2011

  • CONGELACIÓN sueldo funcionarios
  • AUMENTO JORNADA funcionarios
  • Reducción 20% subvenciones p políticos y sindicatos
  • Recorte 9 millardos presupuestos
  • Paralización ley dependencia
  • Supresión renta emancipación

JANUARY 2012

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movilización contra la REFORMA LABORAL (19F)

  • HG 29M

SUMARY of 12 months of austerity

February and March 2012

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SUMARY of 12 months of austerity

  • SUBIDA TASAS UNIVERSIDAD
  • SUBIDA TASAS JUSTICIA

APRIL 2012

  • Aumento COPAGO FARMACEÚTICO (pensionistas pagan por primera vez)
  • INMIGRANTES sin papeles SIN TARJETA SANITARIA
  • Aumento RATIO ALUMNOS/AULA (reducción profesores)

MAY 2012

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SUMARY of 12 months of austerity

  • MEDICAMENTAZO (417 medicamentos básicos sin subvención)

JUNE 2012

  • SUBE EL IVA
  • Eliminación DEDUCCIÓN IMPUESTO SOCIEDADES
  • Sube GASOLINA
  • Supresión PAGA NAVIDAD FUNCIONARIOS
  • REBAJA PRESTACIÓN DESEMPLEO
  • REBAJA GASTOS MINISTERIOS (600 millones)

JULY 2012

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SUMARY of 12 months of austerity

  • CONGELACIÓN SUSTITUCIÓN FUNCIONARIOS PÚBLICOS
  • MOVILIZACIÓN CONTRA LOS RECORTES (15.09.12)
  • REDUCCIÓN PRESUPUESTO SANIDAD (23%)
  • REDUCCIÓN PRESUPUESTO EDUCACIÓN (12%)
  • MOVILIZACIÓN RODEA EL CONGRESO (15.09.12)
  • Programa refuerzo alumnos con dificultades cae un 70%
  • Recorte servicios sociales municipales: 40%
  • Cooperación desarrollo: -23%
  • Cultura: -20%
  • Inversión infraestructuras: -15%

AGOSTO Y SEPT 2012

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theSpanish Labour Market REFORM:

February 2012

The deepest, extreme, ultraliberal and unfair labor reform in theHistory of theSpanishDemocracy

An UNFAIR reformforworkers

An INEFFECTIVE reformforeconomy

A POINTLESS reformforemployment

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theSpanish Labour Market REFORM:

February 2012

A NeoconReform

  • Targeting INDIVIDUALISM as the core of our labour relations system *
  • This reform makes COMPANIES POSSIBLE TO OPT OUT OF THE COLLECTIVE AGREEMENT without any reason

180.000 metal companies in Spain

90% employes less than 10 workers

18.000 companies have 10 -50 workers. 50% without TU repr.

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theSpanish Labour Market REFORM:

February 2012

Prime measures

  • Permanentworkcontracttosupportentrepreneurs/businessmenpor SMEswithlessthan 50 workers :
    • 1 year trial period (duringthisperiodyou can be fired at anytime, underanycircumstances, withoutanyseverancepay, withoutanyright)
    • Publicaids
    • Unemploymentfinancialcoverage can be combinedwithwages (25%)
    • Justforworkerscoveredbyemploymentfound
    • Especiallyaddressedtomostprofitableworkers: thosewithhigher salaries and longeremploymentfundcoverage (companies can taxdeduct 50% of 1 yearunpaidemploymentcoverage)
    • Companieswontgetinterested in youIfyou are justunemployed, withoutanyemploymentfundcoverage
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theSpanish Labour Market REFORM:

February 2012

Prime measures

  • Training contract:
    • From 16 to 30 year-old workers (this period could be covered by the same workers changing his/her functions every 3 years) (no limit for handicapped workers)
    • After the first year contract, time devoted to work could reach 85%
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theSpanish Labour Market REFORM:

February 2012

Prime measures

  • Collective Agreement:
    • All possible flexibility measures (to be negociated by social agentes) are regulated/imposed by law:
      • The Businessman/entrepreneur has not any obligation to inform, consult, justify anything
      • CA retroactivity is over
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theSpanish Labour Market REFORM:

February 2012

Prime measures

  • Collective Bargaining:
    • COMPANY LEVEL TARGETED to avoid TU representation
    • CA is over (it vanishes off the face of the earth) after 2 years of negotiation without reaching an agreement then the existing higher scope CA is applicable.
    • As a result of it (and when the company decides to opt out of the CA) salaries , working hours shifts… can be dawnward , ie: the nationwide average salarie (€21.500) could be turn into the national minimum wage (€7.700)
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theSpanish Labour Market REFORM:

February 2012

Prime measures

  • REDUNDANCY PROCEDURE:
    • Requirementforofficialauthorizationisover
    • Workers’ representativesagreementis nos requiered
    • ObjectiveReasonsrequired are fulfilled in advance
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theSpanish Labour Market REFORM:

February 2012

Prime measures

  • Dismissals:
    • Any unilateral decision of theemployerallows free legitimatedismissals
    • Anycompanyjustneedstoprovide a three-monthdownwardprogressive sales orprofitstrendtohave legal groundtofirewith a 20 days’ payforeachyear up to 12 monthscompensation
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theSpanish Labour Market REFORM:

February 2012

Prime measures

  • Dismissals:
    • The Reformallowsdismissalswhen a workers’justifiedabsence coincides with 20% of theworkinghoursduring 4 months in a year.
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theSpanish Labour Market REFORM:

February 2012

Prime measures

  • Workers are cheaper:
    • Back payawarededafterdismissal appeal hearingsisover
    • Companies can decide todropwages (changingworker’sjob, hours of work…) accordingtoeconomic, technical, organizativeorproduction causes. Ifyou do notagree…
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theSpanish Labour Market REFORM:

February 2012

Prime measures

  • Verycheap:
    • Workingconditions can bedownwardchangedifthecompanywantstodissociateitselffromthevalid CA
    • OVERTIME is open for PART-TIME workers
    • Possiblility of compulsory social workforunemployedworkerscoveredbyunemploymentbenefit
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theSpanish Labour Market REFORM:

February 2012

Prime measures

UGT started up social mobilizationstochallengethisviolation of workers’rights, appealingworkers and citizenstogetinformationaboutthe new labourconditions and theimpactontheirlifes

INTERNATIONAL SOLIDARITY

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CHANGE EUROPEAN POLICY

A Social

Compact

for Europe

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EU AUSTERITY POLICIES are a FAILURE

ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CRISIS LEAD A POLICY CRISIS IN EU: no decisions, no justice no eficiency, always late, contradictions, opacity…

social project for europe
Social Project for Europe

An unique social model for citizens and workers

Fundamental social rights

Social and territorial cohesion

Sustainable economic growth

Financial institutions serving the real economy

Social dialogue

  • inequalities, poverty, exclusion, unemployment, insecurity, disillusion
  • nationalism, racism and xenophobia
  • wage competition
how to restart the global economy
how to restart theglobal economy?
  • Our industrial civilization is at a crossroads
  • unemployment is rising to dangerous levels all over the world
  • Governments, businesses and consumers are awash in debt and living standards are declining everywhere
  • Austerity measures alone will
  • be insufficient to assure the future of Europe and its member states

NEW VISION: transform the EU political space into a sustainable and integrated single market.

eu ip
EU IP
  • (1) shifting to renewable energy;
  • (2) transforming the building stock of every continent into green energy efficient micro–power plants to collect renewable energies on-site;
  • (3) deploying hydrogen and other storage technologies in every building and throughout the infrastructure to store intermittent energies;
  • (4) using Internet technology to transform the power grid of every continent into an energy Internet--a distributed smart grid--that acts just like the Internet (when millions of buildings are generating a small amount of energy locally, on-site, they can sell surplus back to the grid and share electricity with their continental neighbors); and
  • (5) transitioning the transport fleet to electric plug-in and fuel cell vehicles that can buy and sell electricity on a smart, continental, interactive power grid.

Harmonizing the five pillars of the Third Industrial Revolution

sustainable manufacturing
Sustainable Manufacturing
  • creating millions of jobs and countless new goods and services;
  • invest in renewable energy technology on a massive scale;
  • transform the automobile from the internal combustion engine to electric plug-in and fuel cell
  • retooling of car industries
  • New high Tech workforce
  • EU industrial codes, standards, regulations
  • Low carbon economy public and private investment

reconfiguration of the

entire economic infrastructure of each country,

european reintegration process
European reintegration process
  • Quality employment
  • Fair wages
  • Equal treatment
  • Effective social dialogue
  • Strong trade union and human rights
  • Quality public services
  • Social protection
  • Fair transition to a sustainable model

PRINCIPLES of peace, democracy and solidarty under coordinated policies

economic governance
Economic governance
  • ECB role
  • Adapted growth programmes agreed and monitorized with social partners
  • EU industrial and investment policies:
    • Sustainable Infraestructures,
    • R&D
    • Climate tech & renewable resources
  • Reshaping Public Deficts definition

FOR A SUSTAINABLE GROWTH AND EMPLOYMENT