Utredningsförslaget on short-time working schemes comes a little over a year ago, and the government, and the samarbetspartierna was criticized for slowness, with the launch of a system like the european countries have done. It is a question whether the companies should be able to get government support in order to retain their workforce during a temporary crisis.
It was a new coronavirus, which was to speed up the work properly. First of all, the system will enter into force in August, 1 in may, but for now this is the case. In addition, the introduction of ”flexibility”.
"Rather have a high-speed switching than a perfect solution later," said The ekonomiskpolitiske spokesman Emil Källström, when there is a new proposal was announced on Monday.
as of short-term employment, but will be applicable in 2020, and allows the government to take a more-than-half-price. Here is an example:
A staff member with a 32.700 Swedish kronor in salary, which goes to the bottom 40 per cent of working hours are allowed to retain 92.5% of their salary, 30.200 dollars. The employer's cost of wages and arbetsgivareavgifter reduced from 43.000 to 20.425 dollars. The state funds the rest.
final cost is difficult to estimate. If the scheme covers 15,000 employees, so it's about eur 2.4 billion, though there will be 150,000 people to grow tenfold to the cost, " said Emil Källström, on Monday.
launched formally on april 7, but will apply retroactively from the 16th of march. The administration is handled by The, which is now 20 million, in order to cope with the expected rush.
" We're going to build a very good and easy to use system that will operate from the 7th of april. We will also be continuing to inform the companies on how to apply for a replacement, " says Tim Brooks, the director of the division of business and enterprise.
the System is based on the arbetsförkortning at three different levels (20, 40, and 60 per cent in the form of time travel. All industries can benefit from the aid. The requirement is that the employer is not insolvent, that it is a situation that you couldn't anticipate, and you have done everything you can to reduce the cost of labour.
" on the one hand, it will probably be a standard assessment, no-one had anticipated this. When it comes to the other criteria, we do not yet have all the details of how we're going to judge, but we have to be flexible when it comes to the coronavirusets effect on the company.
however, One thing is crystal clear:
"There needs to be a collective agreement at the enterprise or a contract with a minimum of 70% of the employees that they would be willing to go down in salary," says Tim Brooks.
" We haven't had the time to count on it just yet, but we can prepare ourselves in a highly ansökningstryck.
Link to a graphic of a also Read: the Business world a thumbs-up to the anti-crisis package.