They offer Safe Labor Mobility, for Tamaulipecos farm laborers


The governor Francisco García Cabeza de Vaca, it generates better living conditions, of transfer and work, for the Tamaulipas who migrate for work reasons.

ST-020-2019

June 07 of the 2019

Ciudad Ocampo, Tamaulipas.- Agricultural laborers residents of Antiguo Morelos, Bustamante, Tula and Ocampo, received from the Government of the State, economic resources to work outside their place of origin in the cutting of cane.

Through the Subprogram of Labor Mobility, which operates the Ministry of Labor, in coordination with the National Employment Service Tamaulipas, was carried out the recruitment of two hundred people, to work in the company "Association of Cañeros de San Miguel del Naranjo", located in San Luis Potosí.

María Estela Chavira Martínez, head of the state agency, announced that through this mechanism, Governor Francisco García Cabeza de Vaca, it generates better living conditions, of transfer and work, for the Tamaulipas who migrate for work reasons.

"For us, the most important thing is that you have a job, so that your families have that happiness and harmony that the job produces," said the official.

He indicated that with this policy, the population migrates safely, with full respect for their human rights, knows the place where they will work, the time of their contract, income and working conditions.

Jesús Ávalos Puente, mayor of Ocampo, Tamaulipas, argued that the governor makes clear his commitment, to provide the labor welfare to each of those who inhabit the cane region.

The day laborers received support for one thousand 200 pesos through a payment card, which will cover the costs for their transfer.

So far this year, 388 tamaulipecos day laborers have been subject to the subprogram of Labor Mobility, in which more than 529 thousand pesos have been disbursed, and at the end of the fiscal year, it is expected to allocate amounts for more than 1 million 300 thousand pesos.

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