Adecco’s report studies the degree of satisfaction of a busy average in each of the autonomous communities. For this purpose, it studies the remuneration, job security, job opportunities and professional development, work-life balance and conflict. In that sense, September 2019 calendar Cute has placed at the top of the ranking with a score of 6.9. They are followed by Navarra and Madrid, with 6.7 and 6.6, respectively. To the tail they are located Castilla-La Mancha and the Canary Islands, in spite of the improvements that have registered of 0, 5 and of 5,8% in their score. Another of the variables studied is the long-term unemployment, those people who are unemployed in a period exceeding two years, which is at minimum since 2010. Currently, according to Adecco, there are 1.1 miof long-term unemployed, while the remaining 2.2 million are short-term. In fact, today the people who manage to get out of unemployment are long-term unemployed.
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On the other hand, a statistic that is growing is the occupational accident rate, which grew in the last year by 2.9%, registering 68.9 accidents that caused a loss every 10,000 employees. It is the highest value since September 2011. However, despite the alarming rise, the number of occupational accidents is still far from those recorded in 2007, when this statistic showed 112.4 accidents per 10,000 employees. The stock supervisor and the Lack of support among the shareholders of Liberbank have disrupted Abanca’s plans to launch a takeover bid (opa) by the Asturian entity.
The entity controlled by the Venezuelan Juan Carlos Escotet has resigned to formally present this offer after the National Securities Market Commission (September 2019 calendar Cute) prevented him from conditioning it to the group formed by Cajastur, Caja Cantabria and Caja Extremadura allowed him to access their accounts and do a “was diligence”. That requirement of the body chaired by Sebastián Albella, who yesterday gave a term of ten days non-extendable to Abanca to formalize or not his takeover in accordance with the regulation, together with the unanimous decision of the board of directors of Liberbank to continue negotiating its integration with Unicaja , have led Escotet to take a step back.