Preservation & Termination of a business
Due to the coronavirus crisis, 2 short-time working schemes have been set up successively, namely:
For short-time working due to force majeure related to the coronavirus crisis, the National Employment Agency (ADEM) has drawn up a detailed statement based on the declarations provided by the business. This statement is sent to the employer for each month concerned and indicates either:
In order to support the businesses concerned, a compensation mechanism has been set up between:
As a result, 3 scenarios may arise:
the overpayment of benefits received will be compensated with the short-time working benefits due from July 2020, provided that the short-time working scheme has been granted by the Economic Committee for the month(s) concerned.
This reimbursement must be made, within 30 days, to the bank account of the State Treasury, indicating the reference number of the file.
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