Leo's Lekland is closing - all staff are notified
Leo's Lekland decided on Wednesday to shut down all its facilities indefinitely due to the coronavirus. According to a press release, all staff will be notified and management salaries will be reduced by 20 percent.
“First, we all need to think about the humanitarian perspective, but a total meltdown among companies and the economy risks giving far-reaching consequences for everyone who has a job. In Leo's case, zero revenue has serious consequences for the staff and the company in the first place. In the next step, other stages are at risk of being hit, writes Leo Lekland's CEO Joakim Gunler in the press release.
Leklandet has 27 facilities around Sweden, one of which is located in Växjö.