"We will have a new schedule designed to best fit everyone's needs." Thus, through an internal statement, it is how Inditex workers – the textile giant responsible for Zara, Pull & Bear or Bershka among other fashion brands – have learned that since January 1, 2020 they will have new work schedules: " From Monday to Thursday you can choose between two entry and exit times.On Fridays we will do continuous work", indicates the announcement sent from the multinational's human resources department.
It will be after the New Year's Eve bells of 2019 when Inditex workers can benefit from the two work schedules established by the company: from Monday to Thursday, they can choose between entering at 9:00 and leaving at 18:30 hours, or between entering at 9:30 am and leaving at 7:00 pm.
But the main novelty of these conditions is, perhaps, thatInditex office workers will not work on Friday afternoonssince that flexible schedule that they will have during the week will become a continuous day when a schedule is established from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Work at Inditex: green mobility
In addition to the new schedules in the offices of Inditex, the Galician giant created by Amancio Ortega, the department of human resources of the multinational has informed the staff that the firm will launch "new mobility options that will make transportation to the facilities more efficient, sustainable and accessible. Shuttle bus, Carsharing and electric car charging. "
These measures would be framed on the road to sustainability declared by Pablo Isla in July this year and whose roadmap for the sustainable transformation of all areas in six years. "The goal is to become leaders as a sustainable and circular economy company," said the president of the company.