Hotel managers denounce alleged illegal hiring practices
Spanish Association of Hotel directors (AEDH) in its section of Madrid reported on its web site the existence of alleged illegal practices in the recruitment of personnel for hotels.
Considers that certain ETT and service sector companies violate the Convention hotels and lodging, “pulling in tatters hiring salaries and not even adjusting to what the law marks by agreement in the community”.
Says that “some companies in this sector, with the malpractice of ’prefer to adjust the wage of the worker who lose market share’, have decided not to adhere to the law, knowing not only harm workers, but companies within its competence established for many years in the tourism sector”. “Substance in the image and service establishments that are engaged in this type of business consequent damage that entails,” point.
In addition the AEDH says that companies of hospitality and catering that hire these services are secondarily responsible for the practice and should be knowledgeable of appearance that if the worker is given high, if you have food handler card or if you have received training in occupational risk prevention, among other things.
“Are beginning to make first inspections, not only in the concerned companies, but in own workplaces”, said the Association, which not only harms to hoteliers and restaurateurs, also to customer’s own, seeing how the quality that you offer “does not conform to the expectations of what has hired”. “Fines to the already open files that can be found, not only companies in services and temporary employment agencies, but also tourism businesses that hire their services, can go from 600 up to 100,000 euros per person engaged in fraud law according to some statements”, explains.
“we want clean and equal rules for all, and especially for the highest quality of the service they should provide to our customers and facilities. It should prevail us more than ephemeral cost sales customer satisfaction”, concludes the document.