The intention of this examine is to explain the relations between low demand, money move issues, worker dismissals, and non permanent leaves skilled by Romanian firms throughout the financial lockdown within the first two months of the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak in Romania (16 March–16 Could 2020). For this objective, we carried out a quantitative examine utilizing descriptive, correlation, and regression analyses utilized to knowledge collected from firm decision-makers. Our outcomes present that demand for merchandise/companies and money move in firms has decreased considerably, the workforce being affected by dismissals and non permanent leaves/furloughing. Moreover, the typical linear income of firms has been reducing because of inadequate money move, greater absenteeism of employees, prospects having been affected, and the demand taking place. Subsequently, worker dismissals, worker non permanent leaves (furlough), and dismissal intentions have been positively correlated with inadequate money move in firms and an especially low demand.
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