The recovery plan is a tool designed for use in the context of applications for short-time working based on structural factors. The principle underlying the plan is pre-emptive management of the effects of businesses' planned restructuring.
Businesses are encouraged to contact the secretariat of the Economic Committee, which will go through the available options and discuss the application of the measures provided for by a recovery plan.
The recovery plan is designed for businesses with fewer than 15 employees that are experiencing financial hardship and need to make structural changes.
It is up to the employer to submit their recovery plan to the Economic Committee, and the plan must include a commitment to achieve quantifiable goals in accordance with a specified timeline.
The recovery plan submitted must contain, at a minimum, the 5 main sections listed below:
In the context of the economic recovery, the submitted recovery plan must specify a period of application, which may not extend beyond the cut-off date of 31 December 2021.
During that fixed period, applications for financial compensation in connection with short-time working must be renewed on a monthly basis, as necessary.
Déclaration de licenciement économique et/ou dépôt d'un plan de redressement ou d'un plan de maintien dans l'emploi