Inditex rules out touching its staff despite the fact that the coronavirus epidemic forces it to have its more than 1,500 stores closed in Spain. This was confirmed this afternoon by the company that owns Zara, Massimo Dutti, Oysho or Bershka: it will take over the remuneration of its local staff and will not carry out an Expedite of Temporary Reduction of Employment (ERTE).
The Arteixo company explains that its president, Pablo Isla, announced on Monday that "the company will continue to support the payment of the remuneration to all its staff in Spain, as it has been doing to date," it indicates. through a statement.
Consequently, he indicates, he will not present "any" ERTE "in the month of April for store personnel, so the entire staff will receive their full payroll paid for by the company."
Looking ahead to May, it is unknown and ERTEs do enter the equation. "Depending on the development of the health emergency and the state of activity of the stores, the company may later study the possibility of applying, for store personnel, some of the tools proposed by the Government to preserve employment," indicates the multinational.
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