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31. 80% Of Panamanians Fear The Arrival Of Foreign ...
Panamanians see the entry of foreigners to work in Panama as a threat. In a recent survey 80% of Panamanians reject the possibility of bringing new immigrants to Panama to work. This is one of the results of the CID Gallup poll for "The People Speak", which in this latest ...

32. Quijano - "Alma Cortes Made Her Statements As ...
.autotagframe1 { float:right; padding:5px; width:210px; border: silver solid; border-width: 1px; text-align:center; } Alma Cortés - Minister of Labor and Workforce Development in Panama Panama's Minister of Trade and Industry Ricardo Quijano said the statements made ​​by the Labor Minister Alma Cortez, during which she revealed that the company Varela Hermanos ...

33. Panama Ports Company Trying To Fill 680 Open ...
By DON WINNER for Panama-Guide.com - The Ministry of Labor and Workforce Development (Mitradel) just issued a press release, stating that the Panama Ports Company is trying to fill 680 vacancies for general laborers. The company will be holding a recruiting drive on Friday, 29 June 2012, together with the ...

34. AAUD Now Hiring Garbage Truck Drivers After Wage ...
Since it became known that the Authority of Urban and Household Cleanliness (AAUD) needed drivers, more than 300 people have come to the institution to apply for the positions, said Enrique Ho Fernandez, manager of the entity. Of these 15 have been hired and another 85 are in the process ...

35. Organizations Asking for a Boost to the Minimum ...
.autotagframe2 { float:right; padding:5px; width:210px; border: silver solid; border-width: 1px; text-align:center; } Protesting for a Higher Minimum Wage By Juan Limachi for La Critica - Popular organizations are asking Panama's government to increase the minimum wage to be better able to face rising costs of living. A wage increase will ...

36. Unemployment in Panama Drops to 7.3%
By DON WINNER for Panama-Guide.com - Panama's Contraloría General de la República (General Comptroller of the Republic) reported the overall unemployment rate for Panama dropped from 8.7% in August 2006 to 7.3% in May 2007, down 1.4% in ten months. The highest rate of unemployment is in Colón at 11.4%. ...

37. More Than 6,000 Jobs In The Hotel Industry ...
There are about 6,000 jobs available in the different hotels in the country, so the National Institute of Vocational Training for Human Development (INADEH) and the Panamanian Association of Hotels is training those who are working or who want to work in the industry. There are also opportunities for those ...

38. FAQ: Can I Move To Panama And Work ...
By DON WINNER for Panama-Guide.com - Received today via email: "hi there. My name is wolfgang married German passport could you tell me if i can work in panama? JOB OFFERS SAY ONLY RESIDETS OF PANAMA. we are living and working at the Dominican rep AND WE LIKE TO LEVE ...

39. Varela Hermanos Was Not Paying Minimum Wages - ...
The Minister of Labor and Workforce Development, Alma Cortez, denounced Tuesday, July 3, that the company Varela Hermanos was not paying their employees the minimum wage. And Cortes said she was surprised that the Vice President, Juan Carlos Varela, issued in the media a campaign ad on the minimum wage ...

40. Panamanian Moving Back to Panama From The US
By DON WINNER for Panama-Guide.com - Received today via email: "Greetings. I'm a Panamanian looking to move back to Panama. What are the possibilities of me getting a job within the computer or networking field, and what companies would I send my resume to? Thanks in advance. Currently contracting with ...

41. Work Permits Approved For Foreigners
The approval of an Executive Order to grant temporary work permits to foreigners is not being well received by the labor unions, who say the government must first guarantee the jobs for Panamanian nationals. With the decree approved last Tuesday in the Cabinet Council, about 11,500 foreigners whose immigration status ...

42. 39% Of Panamanians Engaged In "Informal Employment"
The Director General of Employment, of the Ministry of Labor and Social Development (Mitradel), Samuel Vargas, said that 39% of Panama's population is engaged in informal employment, while the rest of the population with some form of training is devoted to employment formal. "Although there are many open jobs, the ...

43. Panama Ports Company Fires More Than 100 Workers
Representatives of employees of the Panama Ports company on Tuesday denounced the dismissal of one hundred workers, some with over 11 years of service in the company. Martin Gonzalez, an attorney for the workers, said the company used deception to dismiss the workers, although it had promised not to retaliate ...

44. 130 Companies Offering 27,000 Vacancies At Job Fair ...
Over 27,000 vacancies are being offered today, Saturday, at the job fair organized by the Ministry of Labor and Social Development which takes place at the Arena Roberto Duran. The Show hours will be from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm, and about 130 companies from around the country will participate ...

45. MITRADEL Job Fair - Saturday 22 September 2012
On Saturday 22 September 2012, more than 2,500 vacancies will be offered in various economic activities, through the Great Mega Fair at the Roberto Duran Gym, located in the district of Juan Diaz. The event, organized by the MITRADEL, will have a schedule from 7:00 am to 5:00 pm with ...

46. Too Many Jobs, Not Enough Employees in Panama...
Panama's economy, which grew 8.4% in 2013, spurred the generation of 50,000 new jobs, but the country does not have the skilled labor necessary to meet the demand. (more) You've just hit a "pay wall." Panama-Guide subscribers who have logged in to their user accounts can see the full text ...

47. Panama lacks manpower
#Panama - The Panamanian labor market is experiencing a dilemma: there is not enough manpower to work in tourism, technology and communications, construction and financial intermediation, among others. A study by the Research Department of Employment, of the Ministry of Labor and Workforce Development (MITRADEL) realizes it. It also reveals ...

48. Business Leaders Propose a 7% Increase To The ...
On Wednesday, 14 December 2011, business leaders in Panama presented their proposal for a new minimum wage, an increase of 7% over the current minimum wage, announced the group's representative Roberto Lombana. This proposal would raise the minimum wage in Panama to between $402 to $445 dollars per month. With ...

49. Labor Minister Flip-Flops On Honduran Labor Issue
.autotagframe3 { float:right; padding:5px; width:210px; border: silver solid; border-width: 1px; text-align:center; } Alma Cortés - Minister of Labor in Panama The Minister of Labor and Workforce Development, Alma Cortés said after the protests by the unions of workers in the construction industry, who are opposed to hiring labor from Honduras, ...

50. Want to work for a dive resort in ...
Small upscale dive resort in Costa Arriba Colon near San Blas opening Dec.05 seeks hard working, reliable, bilingual individuals with initiative, a sense of adventure and a love for nature for key management and front desk positions. Send resumes and referrals to david@corallodge.com." David Wroughton david@corallodge.com www.corallodge.com (507)317-6754 (507)6671-1150 cel. ...

51. Labor Organizations Divided over Minimum Wage
The fight that started between the National Council of Organized Wokers (Conato) and the National Confederation of Independent Union Unity (Conusi) that started over the social security reform debate has continued with a disagreement over proposals for a hike to the minimum wage. Rafael Chavarría, of Conato presented a plan ...

52. Panama Pacifico Creating More Jobs Than The Panama ...
Panama Pacific has become a source of employment for thousands of Panamanians who have the opportunity to train in different areas and have access to better wages. About 8,000 jobs have been created by the 200 companies that have been established there, and by 2014 they expect this will surpass ...

53. "Let me know how things look for employment ...
By DON WINNER for Panama-Guide.com - Received this morning via email: "Evening Don: I have been looking to relocate to a spot where there is work and better climate. I noticed your bio and the piece you had drafted about the canal expansion, sounds damn interesting on this end. My ...

54. Panamanian Economy Created More Jobs in First Trimester ...
By Gilberto Pérez for El Siglo - A total of 53,417 new work contracts were signed between January to March of 2009, or 3,407 more than were registered during the same period last year, according to numbers issued by the Ministry of Work and Labor Development (Mitradel). At least 18,451 ...

55. Want a job? Move to Panama
by Ron Buchanan - With the $5.2bn expansion of the Panama Canal, a new metro and airports under construction, along with a raft of luxury hotels, Panama’s 3.5m population can hardly satisfy demands on the nation’s workforce. And now it’s official. Panama is the number one hotspot for jobs in ...

56. Panama Metro Hiring 700 New Workers
The company Panama Metro has seven hundred (700) jobs for immediate recruitment to build the new mass transit and rail set, together with the company Manpower SA Panama and the Ministry of Labor and Workforce Development during the recruitment made ​​on Friday August 10 at the premises of this institution. ...

57. Today The Government Will Define The Future of ...
.autotagframe4 { float:right; padding:5px; width:160px; border: silver solid; border-width: 1px; text-align:center; } Bananas Are (Were) Big Business in Panama By FLOR BOCHAREL in Puerto Armuelles, CHIRIQUÍ for La Prensa - Today, the evaluation commission to define the future of the Multiple Services Cooperative of Puerto Armuelles Fruit Company (Coosemupar) will ...

58. Panama's Economy Creates 116,770 New Jobs In First ...
During the first half of this year there have been 42,487 new hires in the construction sector, representing 36.3% of the total new jobs created in this period in Panama City, of a total of 116,770 jobs. The information was provided by Fabricio Finch, head of Statistics at the Ministry ...

59. Panamanians Can't Speak No Good English
A poor command of the English language is the main problem for Panamanians that keeps them from having access to a better job. Faced with this situation, the Trump Ocean Club group is holding a job fair and they are offering at least 300 jobs to Panamanians who want to ...

60. CD Want's To Lock In 35,000 Public Employees
The political opposition is claiming the Bill introduced by the President of the National Assembly Sergio Galvez - that according to him seeks to provide job security to 192,000 public employees - actually aims to "shield" the more than 35,000 public servants who have been hired during the three years ...