Updated:06/08/2020 08: 21h
El Corte Inglés reopens from today its more than 90 centers it has in Spain, which will mean the “gradual” incorporation of employees affected by the Temporary Employment Regulation File (ERTE).
In this way, the company will be able to fully open throughout Spain without surface restrictions and with a capacity limited to 40% and preferential hours for seniors after passing to phase 2 Madrid, Barcelona and some areas of Castilla y León when the markers were met. In addition, all clients must wear a mask.
The company’s intention is to reincorporate progressively to the 25,900 employees affected by the ERTE, depending on the lifting of restrictions. On May 25, the date on which phase 2 started in some areas of the Spanish geography, El Corte Inglés already reinstated half of the employees affected by the ERTE, some 13,000, in the establishments located in these areas.
The temporary employment regulation file, presented on March 25, affected almost 29% of the group’s total workforce, which amounts to just over 90,000 employees. Specifically, 22,000 workers from the El Corte Inglés department store, 2,000 employees from the Sfera fashion chain and 1,900 employees from Viajes El Corte Inglés were affected.
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