Look-through chart regarding temporary layoff procedures in Spain or ERTE

According to Spanish Labour Law and to the actual circumstances the company may implement two different procedures:

  • A temporary layoff based on force majeure (Force Majeure ERTE)
  • A temporary layoff based on objective causes linked to the COVID-19 (ERTE for objective causes).

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Please note that this article is not intended to provide legal advice.

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