Thursday, August 11, 2022

Soledad Diaz quits Hostettur presidency “for family reasons”

Soledad Díaz, president of the Employers Association of Hotels and Tourist Accommodations on the Costa Calida Tourist Federation (Fedetour) and the Costa Calida Tourist Federation (Fedetour), has announced his resignation for “personal and family reasons”. The decision has been made public several days after Díaz was informed that he was “moving a step further” and withdrawing from the negotiations of the hospitality agreement signed on 12 July to help the region and employers of Cartagena, Hoyti and Hostekar. be allowed gradually. , “major” talks with unions to resume this week.

The businesswoman thus heads the hospitality business organizations and closes a long stage in the direction of Krom, of which she was the first vice president.

« My full availability is required at this time for personal and family reasons related to health. This circumstance has forced me to make the decision to step down from the presidency of Hostetur,” Soledad Diaz reported this Monday, as reported by La Opinion.

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Soledad Díaz has been at the helm of Hostetur for just over four years. Prior to this, he chaired the regional hospitality association, the former Hostemur Federation (now renamed Hoyato).

In December 2021, the Cartagena Hostacar Employers’ Union and the Mar Menor Nautical Station formed the Costa Calida Tourist Federation (Fedetour), headed by Soledad Diaz and joined by the Cartagena COEC, which had signed hospitality agreements with the unions several weeks earlier. . , The agreement had not been reviewed since 2008, although it has been under discussion at the negotiating table since 2017.

However, Hostecker distanced himself from the agreement a few hours later, which left the feasibility of the agreement with the unions up in the air, despite the fact that it had been submitted to the Directorate General of Labor for processing.

However, CC OO and UGT maintain that Cartagena’s employers were informed of the talks and even made offers to engage them in the negotiations.

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The community is gathering information about the representativeness of the organization that has signed up and the rest of the employers’ union that claims to be entitled to negotiations.

The agreement signed by the federation headed by Soledad Diaz with CC OO and UGT has also been rejected by employers union Krom and Hoyta, who have denied Fedatur any legitimacy for signing the agreement.

Last Friday, the president of Hostatoor and Fedtoor announced their decision to “step aside so that other employers with unions championing the hospitality agreement will be there.”

In a statement, he explained that he made the decision to withdraw “due to confusion caused by workers in the hospitality sector” after signing. He also pointed out that, having reached the agreement, “there is already a manual on which to work on and improve the tourism sector in the region.”

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