Large parts of the labour market has a demand for a law on short-time working schemes. This means that the employees of a major financial crisis, only to lose a small portion of his salary. The government has proposed to the government to take over more than half of the production costs when the employee goes to the bottom of the time. It's going coronautbrottet has flown up the draft.
On Thursday, the Swedish government submitted a bill to, among other things, support for short-time working schemes. As of now, the proposal has provoked strong feelings and emotions.
At the centre of this criticism stands in a special sense of the word. The proposal is that businesses, whose activities are designed to meet employers ' short-term needs of the workforce, do not have a right to it. What exactly that means is unclear.
" We don't know that there is a statement in the bill indicating that it may be more difficult to provide support to the agency. However, the word, the staffing is not available, and therefore it is too early to make that assessment, " said Ulf Savbäck, head of unit at the Growth.
because of the risk of being excluded.
"It's a shock to a whole industry made out of this assistance," says Patrick Eidfelt, federal director of the Kompetensföretagen, which has about 700 member companies in the staffing, recruitment and outplacement.
If the firms are excluded, this means that they have to bear the costs themselves. It prepares Kompetensföretagen for a huge notice within a short period of time. Patrick Eidfelt expects that 30,000 people will lose their jobs.
" It might be even more in the future. The businesses are incredibly concerned, and there is reductions everywhere, such as in the number of assignments. In some cases, none at all. When companies need to cut costs, and for that, we need to lay off people, " he said.Patrick's Eidfelt, federal director of the Kompetensföretagen. Photo credit: Kompetensföretagen
in one of the member companies. It is the equivalent of approximately two per cent of the working-age population, according to the industry and the association.
Many of the companies operating in various industries. Among other things, manufacturing, restaurant, and hotel trade.
" It is, above all, in the manufacturing sector, as parts of it have been reduced immensely, and they have pretty much lost all of their assignments. However, our business people, almost all of the sectors, and that this is a crisis that can be directed against the whole of the labour market, " says Patrick Eidfelt.
Anton Lind has worked in the industry for 17 years. Today, he is the managing director of the company, Jobzone, in Stockholm, sweden. A total of 822 people, with them. The vast majority is leased, as the staff at the concert halls, which is now closed due to the coronakrisen.
" If the situation continues to deteriorate, we were forced to lay off staff, but also to lay down a firm in the long run. To be able to make use of the korttidsjobb is a means of temporarily bringing down the wage bill. When we are doing the next couple of months, " says Anton Lind.
" We need to be able to enjoy the same level of support as any other business.
in Order to be eligible for the assistance, it is required that the companies have sought to cut costs in other ways as well. Among other things, by telling staff that the lack of a permanent position. Also, this may have an impact on the industry, according to Patrick Eidfelt.
" What we're trying to work with is to move our employees, if we have an emergency. For example, to relocate people from the other customers, but for now, it's basically stop anywhere and everywhere. What we need to do is to state in a permitteringsstöd, which includes all of the companies. This avoids that the unemployment rate will be very large later on, " he said.
the new Law would enter into force on the 7th of april in the year 2020. However, it can be applied on 16th of march.
for the DN and has sought the finance minister, Magdalena Andersson (S), which declined to comment.
for more information, see the 70,000 jobs are threatened by trade.