The Mayor of Totana, José Martínez Andreo, accompanied by the councilman of Promotion and Employment, Trini Cayuela, and the president of the Association of Business and Professional Women (AMEP) in Totana, Josefa García Crespo, have signed a collaboration agreement by amount of 1,500 euros to encourage actions that promote women's business network in this county.
The mayor, who apologized for the presence of the Councillor for Women's Rights and Equal Opportunities, Josefa María Sánchez Méndez, recalled the meetings held by these two municipal departments with this partnership to address issues of concern affecting women and professional women in the municipality.
Through this second agreement is intended to carry out initiatives and actions related to business women, the inclusion of women in the workplace with equal opportunities and promoting the reconciliation of work and family life.
Therefore, "take necessary policies to promote access to employment for women, develop stable employment programs help to raise the share of women in the labor market, improving working conditions and promote the same support for those initiatives undertaken by women professionals are essential elements of the policy of this City, "explained the mayor.
Through this agreement was made, disseminate and distribute a magazine, drawn from the Association, as a necessary tool to publicize the work of entrepreneurs and professionals of the same, said Josefa Crespo, who welcomed the agreement pro adopted.
The newly appointed president of the association, expressed his satisfaction and pride pro hold this office, said he will continue with the outreach work of the Association, through the dissemination and will have active participation of the 45 members of that community.
For its part, the City of Totana, undertakes to make available to the Association by the Department of New Technologies its own website: www.amep.asociatotana.org, currently necessary tool for businesses, where reflect all information concerning the Association
For his part, Mayor of Totana commended the work done by the association and expressed satisfaction with the agreements set forth in this agreement today, making public the commitment to the City Council to continue working with the various professional associations of the town, and highlighted the fundamental role of working women to reconcile work and family life.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Totana. Fotos: Totana.com