the ROTOR has in the past written about the staffing company's fear of being excluded from support in the short-term employment. What it means is that employees will cut back on work, while retaining a larger portion of their salary.
Patrick Eidfelt is the federal director of the Kompetensföretagen, bringing together around 700 member companies. In the past he has showed that the industry is going to need to lay off 30,000 people in the very near future, if they are not within the scope of the support.
the companies to be included as well. The authority's mandate is to assess whether some of the companies could have predicted the coronakrisen. For example, if the stock could have been planned differently.
" in our view, none of the activities could have been planned out ahead of coronavirus. As long as they comply with the requirements of the korttidspermittering if you have the right to receive support, " says Tim Brooks, head of business Growth.
it is possible to apply for support for short-time working schemes. The employee accounts for about ten per cent of the cost while the state and the employer share of the remainder.
at the end of the year, there will be new assessments to be made.
"We will make a more generous interpretation of the terms and conditions at the moment, but when we are in a situation in which the coronavirus will not affect the companies, we must make a new assessment," says Tim Brooks.<