The coronavirus “has accelerated and intensified the polarization between poor and skilled work, to heal this scourge it takes a big powerful investment in training, on knowledge, on the growth of skills, we are in a phase of epochal transition from the old economy to the new digital economy “. the general secretary of the CISL Luigi Sbarra on Tg 1 Dialogue on Rai 1. “This is why – he adds – we argue that training must become a real subjective right of the person in the labor market and we must also free up resources for adult training, restart a strong process of school-work alternation and rethink a new simplified apprenticeship “. Furthermore, according to Sbarra, “we must change this social and development model by restoring quality and dignity to work: these are the two great conditions that can guide us towards the realization of the common good”.
“We have been strongly committed to the vaccines campaign for months in every workplace and in the territories because getting vaccinated is not a simple option, it is a person’s right and duty, it is an ethical choice and an action of responsibility towards oneself and others. “, he then underlined, adding that the union asked” the government to integrate two protocols signed a year ago on health and safety, ensuring the union’s willingness to support the vaccination plan in the workplace and in the territory “.