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12:18

Local

Local firms put in 935 ERTEs in two weeks as a result of new coronavirus restrictions

NURIA TRIGUERO

...has already processed. 61 ERTEs were presented where business were completely prevented from opening. 864 ERTE applications were presented from 10-23 November in the category of "limitation", or partial-restriction, of activity. The exact ... number of staff affected by these latest ERTEs isn't clear, but latest Employment Services data available states that 27,000 people locally were still furloughed at the end of October. "Companies in the bar and restaurant trade and retail have taken ... out ERTEs again in a big way," said the provincial leader of the CC OO trade union, Fernando Cubillos. "What we are really scared of is an avalanche of firms going into administration when ERTEs end," he added. Period could be extended For the

18:33

National

Extension for Spanish furlough scheme for tourism-related staff set to be negotiated

J. M. CAMARERO / L. PALACIOS/ N. TRIGUERO

The government is negotiating with unions and business leaders how to extend the national furloughing programme (ERTEs) when the current Covid-19 scheme runs out on 30 September. On the table at a meeting between the different sides in Palma ... also confirmed, "without a doubt", that the ERTEs would be extended in some form and that these measures would last, "until necessary". Firms in the tourism sector have been asking for an extension until Easter. Among the issues being debated today

15:20

National

Unions and bosses disagree with ministers over furloughing plans

LUCÍA PALACIOS

Thursday, it appeared the government would cave in and not erode future social security rights on ERTEs in force up to end of January. Unions also want the obligation for firms to keep a worker at least six months after bringing them back from furloughing

14:38

National

ERTES and furloughing for 'autonómos' can continue in Spain until September

LUCÍA PALACIOS

The government has said that furloughing schemes for workers (ERTEs) and for the self-employed can be extended to the end of September in cases of force majeure ('fuerza mayor'). The generous conditions, which see the state picking up social ... security quotas as well as paying out unemployment benefits because of Covid-19, were originally due to expire at the end of June. However on Thursday it was announced that unions and employers had reached agreement with ministers to extend ERTEs to

23:53

National

Agreement reached to extend and adapt ERTE furloughing plan

Lucía Palacios

...first type of furloughing, all the existing ERTEs for worst-hit firms have been renewed automatically in certain sectors of the economy, with a drop of at least 65% in business activity and over 15%of the workforce mothballed. This essentially covers

16:12

Local

Small drop in registered jobless total on Costa in May after the large rise in March and April

NURIA TRIGUERO

...locally is 8.16%. Some 190,744 people in Malaga province were registered in the regional employment offices on 31 May, 49,739 more than in May 2019. This excludes workers with ERTEs and also 62,071 self-employed who have claimed temporary relief. The ... total registered as inactive was therefore 368,000 at the end of May, which means for every ten working there are six who are not and want to work. Extending ERTEs? The May official data has shown that the ERTE mechanism has so far been effective in ... stopping the long-term destruction of jobs. However government, unions and bosses are concerned that once the ERTEs expire, real job losses will increase. The government suggested this week that it is considering extending the legal limit for people to

17:55

National

Extra payout planned for when jobless benefits have run out

EDURNE MARTÍNEZ

...union has pointed out that those who were officially unemployed or had run out of rights to benefits during the crisis were at a disadvantage, compared to those that were on ERTEs, as the latter haven't had to have paid a minimum amount into the system