Thursday, August 11, 2022

They plan to bring in Central American workers to fill vacancies in Quintana Roo

In a meeting with businessmen, it was proposed to work with the Ministry of External Affairs (SRE), involving Central American workers to fill vacancies in the unit.

Marcelo Ebrard KasabbonThe head of SRE gave a signal to the Under Secretary Latin America and the Caribbean, Maximilian Reyes zunigaSo that the private sector can externalize its needs in human resources.

“We’re going to see how we can support them so that, if that’s the case, we can invite workers from the brother countries of Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador to help so that we don’t have a labor shortage , he said during his speech. Quintana Roo’s work tour.

The business proposal is based on the model used by the United States and Canada, which extends temporary work visas to cover the number of vacancies that arise during hotel construction projects, as well as important holidays such as summer and winter. weather can also be covered. ,

“We are talking about at least 50,000 workers,” said Sergio León Cervantes, President of Entrepreneurs of Quintana Roo, who mentioned that they will be working with SRE to create this work model, which is similar to what exists in the country. Not there.

According to the National Chamber of the Restaurant and Seasoned Food Industry (Canirac), the unit faces a 30% loss of jobs as a result of the pandemic.

“What we want is a qualified hand. University students don’t want to work or have another way of living, they make things at home and sell them. That’s what we are expecting from the foreign minister. It is that they be people with work visas, not migrants,” he said.

It is noteworthy that the Revolutionary Confederation of Workers and Peasants (CROC) issued an alert about a reduction in destination wages and an increase in broken schedules, which would cause local workers to refuse to join tourism companies.

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In connection with these remarks, the trade chambers reviewed the issue of wages and working conditions, and assured that it is not intended to cheapen labor.

“If we go to the United States, Canada and the EU model, the pay should be the same as people in these countries, because you are bringing in people who have nowhere to live and who are paid to stay. Have to do it.”, Leon Cervantes pointed out.

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