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Education & Employment news and information for Spain

Education/Work Wed, Nov 29, 2017

A fifth of Spaniards would work from home if they could

According to the latest report by What Workers Want, 21% of Spanish employees would choose to work from home if they were given the possibility to do so by their employers, although this percentage drops dramatically to...

Education/Work Sun, Sep 17, 2017

Cash workers 'ordered to hide in manure heap' if police...

AN EMPLOYER who forced his workers to hide in manure heaps whenever the police came by has been arrested in Almoradí (Alicante province). The farm labourers were non-EU foreigners without papers and working cash-in...

Education/Work Fri, Sep 15, 2017

Ryanair cabin-crew recruitment days in Spain

LOW-COST airline Ryanair is seeking cabin crew, and is actively recruiting across Spain. Successful candidates will be given a three-year contract, although there is no suggestion it will not be renewed if required...

Education/Work Wed, Sep 6, 2017

World's top universities include 29 in Spain

THE world's top 1,000 universities include 29 in Spain – two more than last year – according to the (THE) ranking for the 2017-2018 academic year. Along with the UK and Spain, a further 75 countries are present...

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....

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...

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...

Education/Work Mon, Jul 10, 2017

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

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 ....

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