On May 14, the company faced an inspection by the Ministry of Labor, in which seven inspectors, escorted by agents of the National Civil Police, a contingent of soldiers from the Armed Forces and reporters, demanded to verify the working conditions in the production
of supplies for the emergency, the company reported.
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The statement notes that the company has complied "... fully with the laws and executive decrees issued for this emergency, applying all measures of hygiene, health and biosecurity
." However, it was ordered to stop work at the Montecarmelo work center, during the validity of Decree 593, alleging that because it is a company dedicated to the footwear
The document adds that arbitrarily "... yellow ribbons were placed on the main gate of our campus. We are disconcerted by all these actions against the productive sector.
According to CentralAmericaData
reports, it is projected that after the quarantine
is lifted, the demand for men's shoes in El Salvador
will decrease by about 2% from the levels reported prior to the beginning of the crisis.