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Atlético decides this week the future of its employees

first_imgAnd there is a third group that is the most concerned and refers to the workers who right now cannot do anything. Atlético has more than 100 workers in its various stores, now closed. There is also an increasingly important group within the entity and its expansion plan and that of the Academy, which brings together all the rojiblancos teams. The Academy is closed, there is no activity, and this affects coaches, physical trainers, doctors, physios, utilleros … Atlético understands that there is a figure that exceeds 500 people among these groups that right now cannot carry out their daily activities.Atlético has been proposing emergency solutions, such as days off or vacations that these employees still had, but the alert status will last until day 11 at least and they will have to find some kind of solution. Nobody escapes that there is the possibility of doing some ERTE, although in Atlético he still does not want to talk about this. The entity wants to do the minimum damage to its workers and that is why they do not want to rush. Atlético will study this week the entire situation derived from the COVID-19 crisis. In the club they decided to be calm in the next days of the state of alarm decreed by the Government and the sights were set on complying with all the measures imposed to avoid contagions. The Madrid club closed all its stores and almost from the first moment imposed teleworking. Health as a primary objective. After this week, the measures will begin to be evaluated. Atlético groups its workers into three areas. The first, professional footballers. Here the Madrid entity will go hand in hand with LaLiga.The second group is the staff that can telework. Activity in the Metropolitan has stopped, but club collectives do work from home. In the social area they do it because many fans are contacting those responsible for the social area by phone or email to solve doubts. Tickets, future matches …last_img read more

ASA Leaders Appointed to USDA Trade Advisory Committees

first_imgSoy leaders were appointed to trade advisory committees by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) earlier this week.USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack and United States Trade Representative (USTR) Michael Froman appointed American Soybean Association (ASA) CEO Steve Censky and ASA Director Joe Steinkamp, Evansville, Ind., to the Agricultural Policy Advisory Committee (APAC) and ASA Director Matt Stutzman, Adrian, Mich., to the Agricultural Technical Advisory Committee (ATAC) for Trade in Grains, Feed, Oilseeds and Planting Seeds.The ASA leaders were among 129 private-sector members to the Agricultural Policy Advisory Committee (APAC) and six Agricultural Technical Advisory Committees (ATACs). The APAC provides advice and information to the Secretary of Agriculture and the U.S. Trade Representative on the administration of trade policy, including enforcement of existing trade agreements and negotiating objectives for new trade agreements. The ATACs offer technical advice and information about specific commodities and products.”USDA and USTR rely on the individuals who serve on these committees to provide their expert advice on U.S. trade policy and priorities,” Vilsack in a news release. “They are an invaluable asset as we work to enact trade agreements and trade policies that deliver the greatest economic benefit for U.S. agriculture and for our nation as a whole. The last six years have been the strongest in history for U.S. agricultural exports, with international sales of American farm and food exports totaling $771.7 billion. Those exports now support more than a million quality American jobs. As we negotiate new trade agreements in Asia and Europe we will rely on APAC and ATAC members’ expertise and knowledge to bring home the best possible deals.”This group of committee members will serve until June 15, 2019. They will be supplemented by additional appointments over the next four years. To view a complete list of committee members click here.last_img read more