The CCOO union urges the Government to convene as soon as possible the ‘Tripartite Table for Quality Employment in Hospitality’, established in the previous legislature, to continue dignifying the working and health conditions of housekeepers in Spain and to be able to apply the appropriate preventive measures.
Calls for a procedure that makes it possible to establish reduction coefficients to anticipate the retirement age of waitresses
floors, without economic loss in his pension “recognizing as professionals all the pathologies legally collected, very prevalent in this group”.
The CCOO denounces the need to address the problems faced by this group that, after the stoppage caused by Covid-19, “has experienced an increase in workloads, worsening their working conditions with a strong impact on their health that It also entails a high consumption of medications to be able to finish their workday,” they warn.
For the union, it is not just about “reporting”, but about “committing” hotel companies and institutions to the development of new labor policies that contribute to improving the working and employment conditions of these workers.
In his opinion, identifying and correcting physical and psychosocial risks, and advancing in policies for equality, wages, and working and employment conditions, are the main challenges faced by this group.
For all these reasons, the CCOO continues to urge the Government to convene as soon as possible the ‘Tripartite Table for Quality Employment in the Hospitality Industry’, established in the previous legislature, to assess these risks and be able to apply the appropriate preventive measures.
In addition to promoting a procedure that allows the establishment of reduction coefficients to anticipate the retirement age of housekeepers, without economic loss in their pension.