La Paz, Baja California Sur.- The delegate of the Programs for Development of the State of Baja California Sur (BCS), Dhipna Yanssen Weichselbaum Calderón, pointed out that the workers of the Salvatierra Hospital will soon receive their work bases and additional benefits of their labor service.
However, he mentioned that the start of the process has not yet been defined or the process that the federal authority will follow to develop it. He explained that lists of personnel were sent to check requirements, where seniority and working conditions were reflected; Also, he said, it was the longest.
“Let’s remember that every time there are changes and there are always situations of resistance: What will happen and how will it happen? and here, obviously, we must understand that change is proposed but it is not easy like we want. Sometimes the longer the process, the more delays, and that’s what it did. The commitment is that all the staff are based.”
He maintained that the complications of the lists show a delay due to some conflicts in the contracts found in the system, which causes a discrepancy in the information considering that more documents are needed than in reality.
“If you look, in the demonstrations I think there are not more than 20 people, but be careful, I do not reduce because we always respond to any complaint or complaint. Even if it is a person, it needs to be taken care of. The fact is that it gives us a sample of the number of people affected, so I report that progress is being made in getting the majority and that some have been left behind.
Since there are more than 300 people affected by the continuation of the procedure, Weichselbaum Calderón stated that he held meetings with the staff to detail the way in which they will work through the new Decentralized Public Organization (OPD)-IMSS- Wellbeing, where they plan to coordinate the delivery of the requested employment bases.