No new registrations will be granted in the Enhance Work, Enhance Youth Inclusion, Nexo and Plus Essential programs.
Alberto Fernández announced a decree announcing the end of the renewal of employment plans. In this way, new registrations will not be granted in the Enhance Work, Enhance Youth Inclusion, Nexo and Plus Essential programs.
The objective is to advance in the process of linking social plans with genuine employment. Instead, the planned transfers will be allocated to productive management units for the acquisition of capital goods and job placement.
On this subject, the president Alberto Fernandez received in his office at Casa Rosada the Chief of Staff, John Manzur; to the Minister of Economy, Serge Massaand the labor ministers, Rachel “Kelly” Olmosand Social Development, Victoria Tolosa Paz.
The decree also instructs the National Procurement Office to include in the general terms and conditions, a margin of preference for bidders who prove a minimum of 5% of workers linked to the “Bridge to Employment” Program.
Likewise, it instructs the Ministries of Social Development, Labor and Economy to designate their representatives in the Council of the Popular Economy and the Complementary Social Salary (Cepssc), created by Law 27,345 of Public Emergency.
It also summons the organizations registered in the Registry of Workers’ Associations of the Popular Economy and Basic Subsistence, to designate the representatives that will integrate the aforementioned Council.
Cepssc’s mission is to promote an “Agenda for the Institutionalization and Development of the Popular Economy”, with the following objectives: the strengthening of production, the formalization of workers, and the promotion of access to credit and state purchase for the undertakings of the Popular Economy.