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The minister of Inclusion, Social Security and Migration, José Luis Escrivá, is figure in 959.000 people the number of people who remained until the first week of August to be included in a record of temporal regulation of employment (ERTE), the majority of them, a few 794.000, due to force majeure.
it has been pointed out by the minister in a tweet posted on the profile of its official Twitter account, picked up by Europa Press, which highlights that in the first week of the month of August remained the “good pace” of activation of workers in ERTE for the month of July.
In particular, she notes that around a daily average of 32,000 workers in ERTE has been reinstated to the activity in the first week of August, the same figure as in July, although below the average of June (56,000 people per day) and superior to that of may (19,000 people a day).
In this way, he emphasizes that today, there are ERTE 72% less than the maximum registered in the beginning of may, which is less than a million (959.000 people), most of them due to force majeure (794.000 people).
on The 30th of April came to register up to 3,38 million people in the FATE , a figure that was reduced by 11% on the 29th of may, with something less than three millions of people in this process, a 46% to 30% in June, with 1,83 million, and 67% for the 31 July, when it decreased to 1.1 million people. The number of people who remain STRONG until the 7 of August was 959.000 people, a 72% less with respect to the maximum peak.
In another tweet, Escriva has stressed that they are available to the INE, the daily data of the workers in ERTE aggregates in 500 sectors to NACE and to all the municipalities, “if it considers useful for its estimates of National accounts or as a contrast of their statistics labour market”.
Following the agreement reached by the Government with the social agents to extend the ERTE until September 30, Escrivá was in favour of alargarlos beyond that date , in a context of a drop in tourism, and has affirmed that this mechanism of temporal regulation of employment has come to stay “structurally” in Spain.
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