PRIMARK withdraws the ERTE in Spain after no agreement is reached with the unions.
The popular ‘budget’ fashion firm has withdrawn the temporary employment regulation file (ERTE) which is going to affect the entire workforce in Spain who is currently experiencing a second state of alarming leaving businesses, and workers, vulnerable.
The brand, which warned of major losses due to lockdowns, has more than 45 establishments spread throughout the national territory and has a workforce of more than 7,000 employees
The plan was for all its stores to be under the organisational and production reasons (ETOP) until August 31, 2021, however, after analysing the measures proposed by the company’s management, the workers’ representatives have considered that the proposal was “unfeasible”.
Negotiations have now been stopped and Primark has confirmed to the unions that decisions will be made on the stores based on the different restrictions adopted in each autonomous community and that it will promptly inform them of such actions.
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