The Board approves the ERTE of Seville, which already has an agreement

first_imgSevilla announced that it has reached an agreement with its professional players and its coaching staff so that workers affected by temporary ERTE receive approximately 95 percent of their annual salary. The Andalusian Government approved the Temporary Employment Regulation File this Wednesday. Monchi, sports director, has mediated a negotiation with some reticent footballers, who had become entrenched in recent days but has finally come to fruition. The squad will drop its salary in amounts ranging from 8 percent if LaLiga resumes to nearly 20 if the championship is canceled. “Sevilla FC has reached an agreement with the members of the first squad and the technical team of the first team in relation to their emoluments for the current season that will serve to alleviate the effects that the coronavirus crisis will cause in the economy of the club, which together with the effort that will be made by the members of the Board of Directors and the club executives, will allow the remuneration of the workers affected by the ERTE that the entity presented on Tuesday, April 7, to be approved, to be approved. by the Junta de Andalucía this Wednesday April 15.In this way, Sevilla FC will guarantee to all employees affected by the ERTE the perception of around 95% of the annual salary that they have provided for in their contracts.Sevilla FC wants to thank the solidarity shown by its players and coaching staff in a truly delicate period in which an economic adjustment has been necessary to safeguard the entity’s financial sustainability in the medium and long term.Likewise, the entity greatly values ​​the understanding and patience of its employees in this complex scenario in which the decisions deemed necessary are taken, in an exercise of responsibility, as a security mechanism for our workforce. “ This is the full statement from the Nervión club:last_img read more