The pandemic wreaks havoc in the textile sector. The Tendam group, the fashion firm that has brands like Cortefiel, Pedro del Hierro, Springfield, Women’secret and Fifty, have announced a Temporary Employment Regulation File (ERTE) in Spain. The company has notified the indicated this measure, after the closure of all its stores after declaring the state of alarm in the country.
Specifically, the regulatory file will affect the staff of the more than 800 stores of all its brands that it has in Spain, to the workers of its central offices in Madrid and Barcelona, excluding the minimum services that guarantee that the company operate “normally” in this uncertain period, as reported in a statement.
The brand, the first of ‘retail’ to present an ERTE, has specified that awaiting possible legislative changes It is your will, in any case, to supplement the public benefit in the month of March. The owner of Cortefiel has explained that this workforce adjustment is due to the current closing situation of all its stores in Spain as a result of the crisis caused by the coronavirus.
In this way and after evaluating different options, he considers that this is the one that, in the future, contributes to a “faster” improvement of the situation and allows the start-up of your physical store operations as soon as possible.
Thus, all Tendam brands continue to operate through the ‘online’ channel, taking the necessary precautions to protect our employees, collaborators and customers.