The FIIAPP collaborated in the preparation of the report on the Labour Market Reform in Spain
On 18 February of this year, Pedro Flores, Director of the FIIAPP, submitted the Report on Labour Market Reform prepared by the OECD to the Undersecretary of the Spanish Ministry of Employment and Social Security.
The objective of this report is to describe the main components of the 2012 reform and place them in the context of the evolution of job market-related institutions in other OECD countries, with special attention to collective bargaining and legislation on protection of employment. The report also indicates which complementary reforms would be required to improve the efficiency of the labour reform, particularly in the area of active policies targeting the job market.
The report is within the framework of activities driven by the FIIAPP to promote study and research on public policies and administrative reforms. These activities include the seminar the FIIAPP organized with the Ministry of the Presidency and the OECD on “Good Practices in Public Administrations” in July of last year, and the report the OECD is preparing on administrative reform in Spain.