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Cdp: one billion for companies affected by the crisis due to the war in Ukraine (ANSA)

(ANSA) – ROME, AUGUST 02 – “I am looking for at least 20 people, but no one shows up despite unemployment at over 8%: maintenance workers, warehouse workers, forklift drivers, drivers, even winemakers and distillers, blowers, secretarial employees, workers simple or specialized “. It is the alarm cry launched by the entrepreneur Sandro Bottegapatron of the homonymous winery in Bibano di Godega di Sant’Urbano, just outside Treviso.
“The search for personnel – he explains, with a note – gives disarming results: months and months to find people who have competence, will to work, willingness to roll up their sleeves and, in the meantime, orders are lost and customers choose other paths in others. Countries, where companies are able to deliver on time and where respect for work is greater. In these first six months of the year we have had to give up over 10 million euros of orders that would have led to taxes in the state coffers, decreased the leaving citizenship income and generating work for other companies “.

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“There are no workers because they are poorly paid and there is a lack of staff training and stability,” she explains Flai Cgil while the Cisl calls for an “effective” migration policy and the use of bilateral bodies “to work in synergy with employers’ associations, matching labor supply and demand.” The point – he adds Ivana Veronese of Uil – is that we should restore value to certain works. And this is unlikely to happen if the logic of fixed-term, exploited, low-paid and insecure work continues to prevail “.

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Source: Ansa

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