Fornari, the Italian company that produces clothing, shoes and other accessories under the names Fornarina and Barleycorn, has agreed to keep all its employees in exchange for a reduction in their weekly schedule from 39 to 30 hours for the next year. Training sessions will be organized on Friday afternoon. The decision follows a decline in turnover to €140 million last year from €170 million in 2007, although the first quarter of this year has been rather stable. Footwear contributes 35 percent of the turnover. The company is going ahead with new store openings based on a new baroque-pop shop design that is going to be implemented in its Fornarina stores. The goal is to generate the same revenues at retail than at wholesale.