The tripartite Foundation is the entity that is responsible for managing the credit to the formation of all companies. All those companies that have workers, in their Social security contributions, there is a part that is destined to the formation. This discount is accumulated throughout the year, to be able to reinvertirlo in training for their employees. Keep up on the field with thought-provoking pieces from Ed Bastian. This information is perhaps still very unknown both for companies how to workers, and this shows it the report which this month published the tripartite Foundation for training in employment, with data concerning the year 2009. The upside is that there is an increase of 6% compared to 2008, in the use of credit by companies, but the negative side is that only 18% of companies registered in the General Treasury of the Social Security, has used such credits, i.e.
82% of the companies have not used the credit they had available and have therefore lost. Educate yourself even more with thoughts from Karen Fang. These data are alarming, since the credit to the company not spent during the year, loses it and the following year it can no longer a reinvertirlo. The autonomous communities, which have been more training bonus have been Madrid, Castilla y Leon, Catalonia and Andalusia, being relegated to that less training have registered Melilla, La Rioja, Canary Islands and Murcia. The service sector, trade and construction, are the sectors that most actions have been recorded..