Here (PDF) is a scary report which suggests that in Spain in the period 1995-2003 average annual growth in hours worked per person was 3.4% while labour productivity fell on average by 0.3%. That’s not good news with a shrinking, ageing workforce. Management planning and control is apparently the big problem, and I’m sure Proudfoot have their sales pitch ready. (Via Entorns.)
- Zombie manufacturing
The death agonies of the car industry in Barcelona’s Zona Franca district.
- How to use public service exams to screw your enemies
I struggle to believe that Graeme@South of Watford really believes that the PP is the only rampantly corrupt political party in
- Dr No
- Why London and Dublin are full of Spanish waitresses
Someone just sent me this job ad to illustrate the kind of shite people suffer in Barcelona. It’s a six month
- Over to Mr Garlic in Madrid
I’ll bet AP management didn’t refer to stereotypes of Spain in selecting to report the Civil War one Edward Knoblaugh.