Due to the health crisis that is currently being suffered due to the coronavirus COVID-19, the Department of Employment and Economic Development of the City of Cieza is working to support both affected economic sectors and workers who have been left in a situation unemployment in this time period.
For this reason, in collaboration with the Cieza Farmer Center (constituted by the Agrarian Organizations FECOAM, COAG and UPA) and with the UGT and CCOO unions, an employment exchange will be prepared for all those who are interested in work in the agricultural sector of the municipality in this year's campaign.
In this way, we intend to fulfill the triple objective of improving the socio-labor conditions of the population (ensuring better remuneration for the unemployed and a way of protection for the irregular population), maintaining the income of the population who needs it the most and of the agricultural activity and sustainability and at the same time the ultimate guarantee of the normal supply of the markets.
"It is essential to guarantee the availability of sufficient labor to meet the needs of farmers, so that the correct production is ensured, not only in quantities but also in time, so that it reaches the final consumer without loss of quantity and quality "indicate from the Town Hall.
The communiqué adds that "the special conditions of population confinement and the restriction of mobility, agreed upon as an unavoidable sanitary measure, make it even more important that our agri-food production can develop under the best possible conditions given the situation and ensure a full, effective and sufficient supply to citizens of food products that are needed. "
For this, all people interested in working during the agrarian campaign in the farms and cooperatives of the municipality should contact the Department of Employment from Monday to Friday, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., by phone 968767441 or by sending an email with their information. of contact to the address email@example.com.
Subsequently, all jobs will be managed through the Farmer's Center and the most representative agricultural sector companies and unions.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Cieza