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The Governing Council gives the green light to its accession and six other organizations that need to be confirmed

The Alliance for Employment in the Marina Baixa incorporates 10 new collaborating entities

17 January 2024
El Pacte per l’Ocupació de la Marina Baixa incorpora a 10 nuevas entidades colaboradoras

The organization launches a website to centralize all the information and facilitate access to more citizens

The Alliance for Employment in the Marina Baixa (POMB), of which all the municipalities of the region and other social agents are parts, such as the UGT unions and the Workers' Commissions or the CEV business confederation, unanimously approved the accession this Wednesday. to the same of ten new collaborating entities to work side by side with this body in a common objective: to diagnose the main needs that the region has in terms of employment and contribute to improving employability and the conditions of the labour market in this territory. The project is subsidized by LABORA, within the Avalem Territori program.

The POMB Governing Council met this morning in the plenary hall of Benidorm City Council, as the municipality holds the presidency in the figure of the councillor for Employment and Local Promotion, Mónica Gómez, to address this and other issues, as well as to report on the activities carried out in recent months, such as counselling, workshops and talks with people who are unemployed or interested in improving their employment situation.

The ten entities that are going to join the Alliance as collaborators are the Provincial Association of Hotels and Tourist Accommodations of Alicante (APHA); Young Farmers Association, ASAJA Alicante; Business Association of Travel Agencies of Benidorm (AVIBE); Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Services and Navigation of Alicante; Alicante Red Cross; Association of Young Entrepreneurs of the Marina Baixa, JOVEMPA-Marina Baixa; the Commonwealth of Social Services of the Marina Baixa; the National University of Distance Education Dénia-Benidorm (UNED); the Regional Agrarian Office (OCA); and Tárbena Business Association.

Likewise, the members of the Governing Council have also unanimously given the green light to the entry of six other entities that have expressed their willingness to join the Alliance but whose decision has yet to be ratified by their respective boards of directors. In this case, it is Callosa d'En Sarrià Business Association (AES); La Nucía Business Association (AECNU); the Business Association of El Castell de Guadalest;  Association of Merchants and Entrepreneurs of L'Alfàs del Pi (COEMPA); the Confederation of Cooperatives of the Valencian Community (CONCOVAL); and the Vilera Association of Businessmen (VILACOMERÇ).

All of them will join the seven that already formalized their participation in the POMB last November: the Association of Technical Personnel for Local Development Management of the province of Alicante (ADLYPSE Alicante); the Independent Association of Merchants of Benidorm and Province (AICO); the CDT 'Domingo Devesa' in Benidorm; the European Center for Innovative Companies of Elche; the Alicante Mountain Rural Local Action Group; the Hosbec hotel association; and the University of Alicante.

The president of the POMB and councillor of Employment in Benidorm City Council has highlighted that the interest shown by these entities to collaborate in the Alliance is “a boost to the actions that we have been carrying out since this territorial pact was launched and a recognition of the work well done". For this reason, Mónica Gómez has been the first to thank the work being carried out by the technical staff hired to manage this organization, a gratitude that has been joined by the representatives of the rest of the city councils and the unions present at this meeting.

In addition to the balance of activities that have been carried out to date and the workshops and courses that will be held during the first months of the year, mostly in the municipalities in the interior of the region, which is where the most difficulties have been detected among citizenship for access to the labour market, the meeting has also served to present the new website of this organization, https://pomb.es/, which is now operational and where information is offered about its activities, about the possibilities and existing training resources in our region and on the main employment portals, among others.

Finally, the president of the Alliance has invited all participants to collaborate proactively with the work carried out by this organization, contributing proposals, sharing information and making its activity known, so that the training actions that are going to be carried out in the coming months can reach the largest possible population and be more effective.