Anyone who works in Spain is used to getting a nómina. It’s the sheet of paper that you get at the end of the month specifying your wage, and all deductions – what we call a paysheet. “Just off to get me numana” cry the happy Brits on the 31st of the month, rubbing their hands in anticipation. Or is it? The word is actually far more fascinating than that, and the RAE (Real Academia Continue reading So what’s a nómina?
In a surprise announcement tonight panrico, Spain’s largest baker and maker pic such famous treats as donuts or bollycao, have said they won’t be paying September’s salaries. 4000 people are affected . The company said it hopes to publish a payment plan later this month. 200 jobs will also be cut.