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19:54

Local

Experts blame mafia-style groups for the increase in squatters

F. TORRES/I. LILLO

The backlog of work at the courts doesn't help. An eviction should be carried out in a matter of days, but it can take weeks or even months, even if everything is straightfoward. Recovery firms So, what can people do if 'okupas', as they are called ... specialist firms in Malaga province, all working completely legally and with a double strategy: to control entry to the property, with a security guard and support staff, so that if someone is occupying it illegally they can't get back in when they have gone ... out anywhere, and to negotiate with the squatters so they move out quickly and as peacefully as possible. It costs around 2,000 to 3,000 euros to contract a service of this type, depending on the danger level and how many people are needed. These firms

11:32

National

ERTE furloughing scheme could run to September on same terms as now, government says

LUCÍA PALACIOS

The government's ERTE furloughing scheme looks set to continue until the end of September, at least for those firms that still need it. The Minister for Work, Yolanda Díaz, said on Thursday the government had made an offer to unions and business ... representatives to extend the same eligibility as now when the current scheme runs out at the end of June. The ability to extend ERTEs would apply to firms in all sectors hit, not just those still worst affected. The minister said the same favourable terms, ... where a furloughed worker doesn't use up their jobless benefit rights while furloughed, would be maintained. Firms have called for the scheme to run until the end of the year, but it seems likely this compromise will be reached. The minister has set a

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

14:18

National

New measures provide some more relief for Costa small firms and the self-employed

SUR

The government confirmed this week that smaller firms and self-employed would not have to pay in first-quarter tax receipts that had been due by 20 April. Payment had been due to the government for VAT and income tax retention of workers. Instead ... because of lack of funds but also that they hadn't been able to complete their accounts properly during the stricter shutdown of non-essential workers. Firms and self-employed still have the option to delay payment of these first quarter payments further

12:10

Local

Brighter news for two local firms amid ongoing coronavirus uncertainty

NURIA TRIGUERO MALAGA

Amid the uncertainty over how workers should react to coronavirus, there was good news for two local firms this week after they took exceptional steps in response to the crisis a few days earlier. Fujitsu Ten in Malaga, part of the Japanese ... told to stay at home last week for fears a colleague had exposed them to the virus. There was a conflicting message for Spanish firms from the government this week. The Ministry of Work advised them to send staff home if they had a suspected outbreak,

14:54

Local

Mijas to pay out up to 6,000 euros to self-employed and small firms

Ivan Gelibter

The town hall in Mijas is to throw a lifeline to potentially thousands of local self-employed and small firms, with payouts of between 3,000 to 6,000 euros for those worst hit by coronavirus. Mayor Josele González said this week that the council ... self-employed people and small firms who are tax resident in Mijas and who have lost 50 per cent or more of their income. They may apply even if they are receiving assistance from the Junta de Andalucía or the national government. Plan Mijas 20-21 also

18:33

National

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

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

...protective mechanism" that covers not just the tourism sector in the strictest sense, "but the whole chain [of supply]". In her comments she mentioned as likely firms: travel agents, transport companies, leisure operators and cultural firms. The minister ... 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