The CSIF, UGT and CCOO unions all agree on a “bitter taste” after the settlement to improve the working and remuneration conditions of the CECIL employees as they were “not allowed to take photographs of the signing act”.
Although he described the agreement with the Ministry of Health as “historic”, he explained that for reasons unknown, “strange and unexplainable” the department headed by Alejandro Vazquez “does not want a graphic record of the signing of this agreement that does not Not only will the working conditions of public health workers improve, but the quality of care for all citizens will also improve.”
“It is the most important and excellent document we have arrived at in the last decade”, he has pointed out, stressing that he is not “convinced” by the justification offered by the Minister of Health and pointing to the election period General Director of Personnel, Elena Chamber.
“The Junta de Castilla y León is not in the elections, and moreover – it is they who have called the media to the Ministry of Health itself on the occasion of the signing”, the three unions have insisted.
However, they have assessed that the compromise is what they were seeking as it affects remuneration, reinforcement of organic templates, overlapping and other improvements in working conditions. Now, “what we have to do is monitor compliance with the agreement, so that it becomes a reality and not empty paper”, he remarked.
Enrique Vega, president of the CSIF health sector, has emphasized that the agreement is “one of the most important that has been signed in recent years.” “This is an agreement that covers all professional categories of CECIL and is significant”, he stressed, adding that it would benefit 48,000 CECIL professionals.
“Material that includes improving primary care, improving organic staffing, both hospital care and primary care, restructuring remuneration, where we can enter to assess how Cecil’s remuneration compares to, for example important issues for the rest of the communities around us”, he concluded.