27 de julio de 2017
Spain’s oposiciones fail to give aspiring civil servants equal opportunity of employment and threaten to rob Spanish public administration of the high-performing, motivated staff that it needs. Given the challenges of unemployment and political corruption that the country faces, this is alarming...
23 de junio de 2017
Debido a que el sector turístico, con un marcado componente estacional, es un motor de la economía española, no es casualidad que, en términos de creación de empleo, se suscriban más contratos temporales que indefinidos...
3 de mayo de 2017
When asked to name the most corrupt places on Earth, it is likely that your first thought is ‘Latin America’ in general, possibly eclipsed by some African countries. The real surprise is that countries we tend to think of as established democracies rank poorly for corruption. Spain ranks an alarming 41st in Transparency International’s 2016 Corruption Perception Index (CPI), alongside the likes of Georgia, Costa Rica, and Brunei..
27 de abril de 2017
As the Spanish economy recovers, rethinking education reform should be a top priority. Spanish workers are Europe’s most overqualified, but also suffer from the greatest skill mismatch, lacking the skills necessary for their jobs...