The meeting between the government and the social partners held this Thursday to extend the Temporary Employment Regulation Files (ERTE) It ended without an agreement, but the parties decided to continue negotiations.
Sources of social dialogue pointed out that the Government will send a proposal in writing to extend the ERTE beyond June, when its validity ends. The meeting began at 4:00 pm and lasted for about three hours until ending without an agreement.
At the meeting the day before, employers and unions presented the Government with a joint proposal consisting of extend ERTEs with the current exemption scheme, which includes the 100% exemption in cases of total force majeure for companies with less than 50 workers. To this end, the Government showed its rejection.
The Government has proposed to the social agents to eliminate the Temporary Employment Regulation Files (ERTE) of total force majeure in exchange for extending the exemption scheme in the price of partial ERTE to those motivated by objective causes.
From the business side, sources of employers CEOE they indicated that although it is a step to extend the benefits in the quota to the ERTE for objective causes, the joint proposal of the Government is still far from the needs of companies.
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