The works council of the Hospital Universitario de Canarias locks itself up to demand that there be no reduction in staff

The works council of the University Hospital Complex of the Canary Islands (CHUC) has decided to lock itself in the premises of the hospital to demand information from the Canary Islands Health Service (SCS) about the hiring of personnel for 2023, to demand that current legislation be complied with and that there is no reduction in staff.

This has been reported by the president of the committee, Alejandro Gordillo, representative of CEMSATSE, who has indicated that they have made this decision after the lack of information on the hiring of the hospital staff as of January 1, 2023 and in view of that in the last 48 hours no offer has been made pending the publication of an instruction that regulates the hiring for next year in the SCS.

The CHUC works council requests that it comply with current legislation on the hiring of labor personnel and that, as of December 23, 2022, all vacant positions are covered in it to guarantee the normal functioning of this hospital center, which provides health care to the population of the North Area of ​​Tenerife, the island of La Palma and those portfolios of services for which this center is a benchmark, such as pancreatic-renal transplantation, pediatric surgery and others.

In addition, it requires that the staff of this center not be diminished by the inaction in terms of hiring of the SCS management. “With barely a week left for the completion of thousands of contracts at the University Hospital Complex of the Canary Islands, the Canary Islands Health Service has made the decision to paralyze the offers, which, once again, represents mistreatment of the staff of this center from the SCS”, points out the Committee.

For these professionals, “it is not normal that with only four business days until December 31, the workers who have been providing services in this center for years do not know if they are going to have a job or not.” “You cannot play with the job stability of thousands of workers and you cannot put the provision of services to the reference population of the CHUC at risk,” he appealed.

In this sense, the works council criticizes the inaction of the SCS, since “the existence of job vacancies is not new and the modification of the Framework Statute of the statutory personnel of the health services has been in force for months, with which it has there has been sufficient time to resolve this matter without harming the workers”.

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