AES El Salvador and the Ministry of Local Development graduated 129 women from the fifth class of Women Electricians of Fourth Category, with the aim of providing technical knowledge and tools to enter the electrical labor field, which until today has been led by the male gender. The fifth class of electricians is made up of women from three regions of the country. In the eastern zone 35 of them benefited, in the western zone 47 and in the center of the country 47 women also benefited.
Disensa is the hardware franchise model implemented by Holcim in El Salvador since 2017, through which the franchisee has at his disposal tools that allow to grow and professionalize the business. Disensa, the largest hardware stores franchisee network in Latin America continues to grow, bringing solutions to customers in Central America.
California delegation arrives in El Salvador to exchange experiences aimed at reaching agreements to ensure that tourists visiting California, Weast Coast and Hawaii, also know El Salvador, and open us to that important market, because the country is among the 10 nations with the best waves in the world for surfing. The Cabinet of Tourism of the Government of El Salvador received today the delegation of the state of California, as part of an official visit of three days in which they will have the opportunity to learn about the tourism potential of the coastal area, as well as new public infrastructure projects to be implemented in the framework of the Surf City project.
The Central American Bank for Economic Integration (CABEI), urges the region to work to reaffirm a common market, increase competitiveness, move towards investments to promote regional integration, and combat climate change.
Since its creation, the CABEI has disbursed more than US$28.8 billion to the Central American region, with the objective of presenting the role, and relevance in the region. The Central American Bank for Economic Integration (CABEI) participated in the First Dialogue of the Central American Integration System "The Future of Central America: The Region We Want".
A study by Robert Half Consulting, conducted with executives indicated that 57% of respondents say that calendar holidays do not affect productivity. They detail that 23 % say that their collaborators become more productive when they resume their functions, and 14 % think that they increase their performance considerably.
Citizens ask deputies to resume the study of reform of the Law of Vacations and Licenses of Public Employees, and reforms to the Labor Code, to move holidays and turn them into holiday weeks, in order to provide continuity to the study of the proposal presented by deputies from the parties Arena, Gana, and PCN.