CEOE and Cepyme want to highlight once again the agreement signed this Monday at the Moncloa Palace, the result of social dialogue, as it extends the temporary employment regulation files (ERTEs) beyond the current state of alarm.

In any case, especially relevant is the fact that a new negotiation process is opened in this way to extend accompaniment to the most affected companies and workers beyond the month of June.

Spanish companies have been hit hard by the COVID-19 crisis, which has left many of them in a desperate situation.

The recovery process in these cases will be slow, more than the de-escalation itself, so we insist on the need to look for new ways to guarantee the survival of the hardest hit sectors, their companies and their staff until the full recovery of their activity .

In this sense, from CEOE and Cepyme we urge the Government to meet again, as soon as possible, to promptly address the necessary and specific measures that these sectors will require so that the coverage of the agreement signed today is complete.

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