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91. Vallarino - "No Plans To Change The Labor ...
Panama's Minister of Economy and Finance, Alberto Vallarino said that all of the comments and adverse reactions arising out of the statements he made on possible reforms to the labor code, are the product of mere speculation and that there is "nothing concrete" on this. "No proposal to reform the ...

92. 58% Of Panamanian Businesses Reporting Shortage Of Skilled ...
There are many people who complain about the lack of work at the national level; however, for some employers, the shortage of talent in the labor field is greater this year than last year. (more) You've just hit a "pay wall." Panama-Guide subscribers who have logged in to their user ...

93. Labor Minister Clashes With Unions
Union leaders received another barrage of criticism from the Minister of Labor and Social Development (MITRADEL), Alma Cortez. This time, Cortes reported a series of situations that occur within the walls of the unions. And she vowed to solve these problems even if the law needs to be changed. About ...

94. FAQ: Are There Employment Hiring Exceptions Based on ...
By DON WINNER for Panama-Guide.com - Received today via email: "Hello, I am considering semi retiring to Panama. I am a Journeyman Power Lineman with 20+ years. I was wondering what the lilelyhood of getting a job in Panama as a Lineman would be. I realize they (Panama) only employs ...

95. 38% Of Workers in Panama Are "Informal" And ...
Nearly 529,700 hold "informal" jobs in Panama, according to the latest official figures from the Comptroller General of the Republic, dating back to August of last year. (more) You've just hit a "pay wall." Panama-Guide subscribers who have logged in to their user accounts can see the full text of ...

96. Labor Ministry Finds Undocumented Foreigners Working in San ...
The Ministry of Labor conducted inspections in night clubs in San Miguelito on Thursday night, discovering 15 undocumented people, said the director Victor Cordoba. The inspectors, working together with the National Police, inspected 11 businesses in the area, finding cases of foreigners who were working without work permits and without ...

97. Panama Will Have To Fill 100,000 Logistics Jobs ...
The Panamanian economy will create 100,560 new jobs in the logistics sector in the next ten years (2014-2024), of which 65% will be operational and middle level technical positions, according to a study by the Business Logistics Council and the Deputy Minister of Trade and Industry. The vacancies will be ...

98. Prison Convicts Will Now Be Used As Garbage ...
The Minister of Government, Roxana Mendez and the Administrator of the Authority For Urban and Household Cleanliness, Enrique Ho Fernandez, signed a cooperation agreement today. This agreement will allow prison convicts to pay their sentences through community work as garbage collectors. Inmates must meet certain requirements to be allowed into ...

99. Charges Filed Against Union Leaders Because Ministry Of ...
.autotagframe1 { float:right; padding:5px; width:210px; border: silver solid; border-width: 1px; text-align:center; } Alma Cortez - Panama's Minister of Labor and Workforce Development According to a press release from the Ministry of Labor and Workforce Development (Mitradel), they have requested an audit of the Instituto Panameño de Estudios Laborales (Ipel) (Panamanian ...

100. The "Labor and Strike" Aspects of the "Lobster ...
By DON WINNER for Panama-Guide.com - As you probably already know, over the weekend Panama's National Assembly passed Law 177, also known as the "Lobster Law" or the "9 in 1" law, because it modified three codes (Penal, Judicial, and Labor) as well as articles of six other existing laws. ...

101. Minimum Wage Increased By 15% to 18%
The Executive yesterday approved a minimum wage increase of between 15% and 18%, according to economic activity, occupation and size of companies around the country. The monthly wage of a worker will increase to between $432 and $490 per month. Today the minimum wage is between $376 and $416. The ...

102. Cortes Asks Business and Labor Leaders To Come ...
Appealing for an understanding between employers and workers, the Ministry of Labor will seek to serve only as a mediator in the talks about an increase to the minimum wage for the 2014 - 2015 time period. "We are waiting for social interlocutors, workers and employers, to communicate between themselves, ...

103. Workers Ask for $650 Minimum Wage
TVN Noticias - The labor sector is seeking a minimum wage of $650, a general wage increase and a freeze on prices of basic food, said Rafael Chavarria. The Minimum Wage Commission, which includes representatives of workers, employers and the government, has finished doing the technical study and Chavarria said ...

104. Work Permits For Foreigners
A resolution from the Ministry of Labor that regulates the processing of work permits for humanitarian reasons to foreigners living in Panama was signed yesterday. It states the permits are granted under the process of extraordinary migratory regularization called “Panama, Crisol de Razas (Melting Pot)”, which will be held in ...

105. 257 Railroad Workers Get Paid After 13 Years ...
Amidst a mix of satisfaction and confusion, the Panamanian Government yesterday presented checks worth $15.6 million dollars to 257 former railroad employees who had to wait nearly 13 years for the payment of their services. One of those who was surprised when he received his check was José Alexis Acevedo, ...

106. Cabinet Will Set New Minimum Wage Today - ...
The new minimum wage in Panama City will be about $470 per month, said a source close to the talks. It now will fall to the Executive Cabinet Council to set the new minimum wage salary in their meeting to be held today, after a commission of businessmen and worker's ...

107. President Varela Repealed Executive Order Providing Protection To ...
Government officials will not be entitled to benefits if they are fired from their public jobs for any cause, now that President Juan Carlos Varela has repealed the Executive Order signed by former president Ricardo Martinelli, which established protection for public employees. (more) You've just hit a "pay wall." Panama-Guide ...

108. Government Commission Still Debating Potential Minimum Wage Increase
Everything indicates it is the Executive branch that will finally decided on a new minimum hourly wage rate, as calculated by the Comptroller General of the Republic, which will affect about 400,000 workers in Panama. Labor leaders yesterday proposed that the minimum wage - which is now at $416 per ...

109. Government Employees in Panama Won't Be Able To ...
Public officials (government employees) in Panama won't be able to be a member of any political party, if the National Assembly passes a proposed amendment to Law 9 of 20 June 1994, which establishes and regulates Civil Service. (more) You've just hit a "pay wall." Panama-Guide subscribers who have logged ...

110. Mega Employment Fair Was Organized For The Entire ...
The Ministry of Labor will carry out a national mega employment fair on September 13 with the participation of over 500 companies with 25,000 job offers throughout many different areas in the national economic activity. This employment fair is going to take place at the Roberto Duran Arena from 9:00 ...

111. Panamanian Economy Creates More Than 6,000 New Jobs ...
According to Panama's Ministry of Labor and Workforce Development, the economy generated 6,472 new jobs in the first week of April 2014. (Critica) Editor's Comment: A one sentence article from La Critica. The Panamanian economy is still on fire, continues to expand and grow, and created more than 6,000 jobs ...

112. FENASEP Reports Unjustified Dismissals At The ATTT
The National Federation of Public Officials (FENASEP) reported on Friday that 59 officials from the Transit Authority and Land Transportation (ATTT) were dismissed for political retaliation. Alfredo Berrocal, secretary of the FENASEP, said the officials were unfairly dismissed after the primaries of the Democratic Change and the Democratic Revolutionary Party. ...