ANDThe footballers union AFE has shown its outrage at the way in which some clubs have carried out their temporary employment regulation files. In an elaborate statement that summarizes the way in which, according to the Royal Decree ofAlarm status, must be carried out, specify that both the players and their legal representation must be aware of these ERTE’s. And there are already clubs that have done it without communicating it properly, especially in non-professional football.
This is therelease.
The Spanish Soccer Association wants to express and report the following:
* AFE has learned thatsome club has not informed the representation of the footballerswhen implementing an ERTE, despite the fact that it is stipulated in the Royal Decree-law.
* AFEreport, as it has already done in some cases, this type of practices promoted by some club, which has not informed in detail neither the soccer players nor has it done it with the union.
* In the event that the provisions of the Royal Decree-Law have not been complied with, AFE has already informed some club, something to continue doing, thattransfer the situation to the labor authoritycompetent.
* Our association wants to remember, in relation towomen’s football, that the Royal Decree-law is after the signing of the Collective Agreement, from what we understand and hope that the club / ies in question will have conveniently transferred to the labor authority the updating of the contracts in accordance with the provisions of the agreement.
* Finally, we want to remember that the Alarm State decreed throughout the countrydoes not mean living in a state of illegality.