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Spanish researchers say UK companies 'need to act' as EU workers plan to leave post-Brexit
Education/Work Fri, Sep 1, 2017

Spanish researchers say UK companies 'need to act'...

AROUND a million European workers are likely to leave the UK for good once Brexit goes ahead, including a third of Spanish scientists, according to a recent paper by KPMG. , as the research is titled, reveals that...

Government gives €18m boost for IT training for young jobseekers
Education/Work Sun, Aug 20, 2017

Government gives €18m boost for IT training for young...

TRAINING in IT, internet and general technology for young jobseekers will be provided free thanks to a a government initiative costing €18.36 million, the ministry of energy, tourism and digital agenda has announced....

Two-thirds of Spanish workers 'take the office on holiday with them', says research
Education/Work Sat, Aug 5, 2017

Two-thirds of Spanish workers 'take the office on...

FEWER than 35% of Spanish residents 'switch off' from work when they are on holiday, according to separate studies carried out by recruitment agencies Adecco and Randstad. The former cites 34.8% of workers...

Iberia whistleblower says she was 'excluded from recruitment process' for refusing pregnancy test
Education/Work Tue, Jul 18, 2017

Iberia whistleblower says she was 'excluded from...

THE WOMAN who reported Iberia for requiring pregnancy tests for all female job candidates says she was excluded from the recruitment process for refusing. Bärbel Espín, 28, from Menorca, said the agency even asked her...

Student all-night sit-in at ministry of education in protest over university grant policies
Education/Work Sun, Jul 16, 2017

Student all-night sit-in at ministry of education in...

A BUNCH of undergraduates staged a lock-in at the ministry of education in protest over the government's college grant policies on Friday, the State Council of University Students (CEUNE) has just reported. Around...

Iberia faces fine for 'compulsory pregnancy tests' for female recruits
Education/Work Mon, Jul 10, 2017

Iberia faces fine for 'compulsory pregnancy tests'...

NATIONAL airline Iberia could be fined €25,000 after a recruitment agency it appointed to seek temporary workers required a pregnancy test from all female candidates, according to the daily island-based newspaper ....

Mercadona 'example of innovation and employment strategy', says Harvard Business Review
Education/Work Mon, Jul 10, 2017

Mercadona 'example of innovation and employment...

HARVARD University has flagged up Mercadona supermarket chain as 'an example of innovation and excellent employment'. Researchers comment on Mercadona's strategy of 'getting the best out of all its...

Free school textbooks for all Madrid pupils from 2018
Education/Work Thu, Jun 15, 2017

Free school textbooks for all Madrid pupils from 2018

SCHOOL textbooks will be free of charge for all pupils up to fifth form inclusive from September next year in a pioneering move by the regional government. Parents all over the country spend between €200 and €300...

Free degrees for best students in Andalusia
Education/Work Wed, Jun 7, 2017

Free degrees for best students in Andalusia

The Regional Government of Andalusia has confirmed that from September it will pay up to 99% of the costs of a university degree for students who pass all their subjects from the second year onwards. The measure will...

Carrefour seeks 6,700 new employees for summer
Education/Work Wed, May 17, 2017

Carrefour seeks 6,700 new employees for summer

HYPERMARKET chain Carrefour plans to take on 6,700 new members of staff for summer, of whom nine in 10 will be based in stores. Customer service and check-out, shelf-stacking, staff on the deli counters and in...

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