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The Foundation for Applied Economics Studies (Fedea) has suggested that, for a time, is compatible with the unemployment benefit which they receive the affected by a STRONG to collect a salary in the case of finding a new job or start an activity on their own account.

According to a report released this Monday, this would allow to promote the labour mobility of companies and sectors with an excess of labour to other with employment growing after the impact of the crisis of the COVID-19. In this sense, have indicated that at this time you are only allowed to work in another company for a ERTE with the reduction resulting in the delivery.

“The support makes a more attractive voluntary mobility of workers and can alleviate the need for adjustments of templates in enterprises with difficulties, persistent”, point.

Alongside this, the report has raised a revision of the clause of maintenance of employment during 6 months in the ERTE by force majeure, as well as the prohibition of firing adopted in the framework of the state of alarm. On the first point, it has been pointed out that this commitment must be limited that do not exist dismissals declared unfair or null and void, and the return of contributions solely on each employee so dismissed.

“Without another revision of the clause of maintenance of employment there may be many companies in FATE for the sake of greater force than end in a bankruptcy or contests , is because the layoffs come too late to save the company, or because the cost associated to the penalty ends up being impractical for the company”, they warn.

And in regard to the prohibition of lay off is proposed that, as of June 30-the date in which it decays to this extent – re-apply the general regime of dismissal and, therefore, allow the from for economic reasons, productive or organisational related to the pandemic.

in addition to these measures, Fedea has been proposed to face to the conditions of the FATE beyond the 30 of June -and that this Monday still negotiated between employers and trade unions with the Government – a process in two phases, with the extension of the force majeure until the end of September and its transformation is almost automatic in ERTE ordinary beginning in October in the most affected sectors by the crisis.

they have Also advocated for a review of the scheme of exemption from dues to improve incentives to recovery of the activity and a greater flexibility to affect or desafectar workers according to the development of the activity of the companies.

Along with this is urgently needed to strengthen the action of employment and training , to design a new program of recruitment incentives, modernize the employment offices and to rely on the public-private partnership to facilitate the mobility of workers affected by the crisis of the COVID-19.