| The mayor of Puerto Lumbreras explained that "the signing of this agreement is a reflection of a good capacity for dialogue and negotiation between the City Council and the workers" | The new document has been approved unanimously by all union delegates, valid until December 31, 2023 The government team of the Puerto Lumbreras City Council and the union representatives of municipal workers have signed a new framework agreement valid until the end of 2023, which will be taken to the ordinary plenary session of the City Council on November 24 for approval by the groups municipalities represented in it and its subsequent entry into force. The new document has been approved unanimously by all the union delegates with representation in the consistory.
The mayor of Puerto Lumbreras, Mª Ángeles Túnez, explained that "the signing of this agreement is a reflection of a good capacity for dialogue and negotiation, in which we have given priority to the public interest of citizens". Tunisia has assured that "this agreement has given greater relevance to issues such as teleworking in those positions that allow it, to offer this possibility to those workers who want to take advantage of this modality in the circumstances imposed by the COVID pandemic -19.
With this signature, we have reached a point of agreement that guarantees the rights of the workers and allows the personnel to provide better services and with higher quality to the residents of Lumbrere, thereby directly benefiting all citizens.
" Likewise, the mayor thanked the union representatives for their collaboration, highlighted the exercise of responsibility by all parties and stressed that "it is an agreement open to future negotiations."
Source: Ayuntamiento de Puerto Lumbreras