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eDreams Moves its HQ to Spain and Files an ERTE for 985 of its Employees

The online travel agency has presented a Temporary Employment Regulation File (ERTE) due to force majeure, which will affect a maximum of 985 workers in Spain.

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The online travel agency has presented a Temporary Employment Regulation File (ERTE) due to force majeure, which will affect a maximum of 985 workers in Spain.

The ERTE will be applied “when the employment authority has approved it and for the duration of the State of Emergency in Spain. It will affect the business areas that have seen their activity significantly reduced,” reports eDreams.

Also this morning and coinciding with the ERTE request, the firm announced the transfer of its headquarters from Luxembourg to Spain “with the aim of achieving greater organisational and cost efficiencies,” it said.

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