- AaB A/S has today decided to send most of its employees home.
- AGF A/S close now further down and hjemsender close to half of the workforce.
How it sounds in the press releases on Friday.
Thus follows the two great traditionsklubber on the heels of FC Nordsjælland, who earlier in the week sent to almost all employees home.
And on Monday, follows superligaduksene from FC Midtjylland after.
the Message from the clubs is that the employees will be sent home and should not work, and the employees get full pay with the support of the government's tripartite agreement.
- All staff will in the period, with the support of the government's trepartsordning, get paid their full salary and can return to their position when the AaB call them back at work, because the situation of coronavirus has changed for the better, write AaB.
the Players are not covered by the scheme, but, in Aalborg, the majority of the coaching staff and most administrative staff sent home.
- We are aware that currently all affected by the situation, and we have taken this step to ensure that we can also offer jobs for all, when the condition of hopefully not so many weeks begins to approach a normal rent, says director Thomas Bælum.
IN AGF is the tone the same. The club sends almost half of the 140 permanent employees home, according to the League the other day was suspended indefinitely.
IN AGF is the majority of the coaching staff still at work. The sending general says managing director Jacob Nielsen:
- up Until now, our employees work at home, but now there is gradually so great limitations in everyday life, that we are looking for the new scheme, which supports the Danish business community in this extraordinary situation.
- It means that a large part of our employees now get completely free and should stay home. But they keep their wages, and we can then guarantee that there is a site on the other side of this crisis.
FC Midtjyllands employees sent home from Monday morning and for an indefinite time.
- It does, of course, changes in the way we usually act as a club, but we ask for everyone's understanding in a difficult time for all of us, " says director Claus Steinlein.
the former employees of FC Nordsjalland have been asked to cease all work and remain at home until the situation is changed.