Dagligvarebutikkerne in the Salling Group stands in these days with a lack of hands, informing the group to the stock Exchange. This is because employees are in quarantine, but also an increased bustle in the shops such as Netto, Bilka and Føtex.
Therefore hope Salling Group to persuade some of the fyringstruede employees in the hotel and catering industry, to take temporary jobs, writes Børsen.
Representatives from the two industries have expressed that they are hard hit by the measures to contain the spread of the coronavirus.
Therefore, the Salling Group, according to the HR director Louise Gade an opportunity to kill two birds with one stone. She said to the stock Exchange.
- the World is just unpredictable right now, but at least we can predict is that we will be missing hands, she says to the stock Exchange.
- Our employees have toiled really hard the last time and has worked many additional hours, for which they deserve the greatest recognition for, and some of them need to get a breather.
At a news conference with Danish minister Mogens Jensen (S) on Tuesday reported Per the Bank, is president and ceo of the Salling Group, that it is the Net-chain, miss hands.
At the press conference insured Per Bank, along with representatives from Dagrofa, who are behind the chains Meny and Save, and Coop, who are behind, among other things Kvickly, Irma and Fakta, that there are goods enough on the shelves.
Here gave dagligvarecheferne expressed that the closer is the lack of staff and not lack of goods, there is a challenge.