the 120 companies who have accumulated more than 6 million of funding received to train their staff to be able to pay, have now been declared bankrupt. That is, has the minister Wopke Hoekstra on Economic Issues and Climate change on Wednesday in response to questions from the senate.
in a temporary Measure to Bridge to Employment (NOW) got the now-fallen companies have, on average, 50.400 euros in the city.
The body was reported at the beginning of June, the total NOW will benefit in that the time of 4.5 billion euros. The money was 123.000, employers will be paid out, which added up to 2.1 million people in employment.
The provision of payments on account will be terminated as soon as there is any indication of a suspension of payment or bankruptcy, the. According to the secretary of state may, however, not be prevented that a part of the NOW scheme, targeted at companies, which will eventually be declared bankrupt.
the Companies will be able to qualify for any of the NOW scheme, as they have demonstrated they have less income, due to the coronacrisis. They will be able to receive compensation for a portion of the cost of labour. In the meantime, it is the first application period for the scheme is over. As of July 6, be able to apply for the second instalment is to be made.
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