My employment has been terminated completely

During the notice period your situation is the same as it is while you are working.

Situation 1:

If you are in part-time employment and have applied for a daily allowance from us, keep applying for the allowance as usual. However, you will need to send us a copy of your notice of termination.  Also inform the TE Office of the date your part-time employment will terminate.

After your employment has terminated, you can keep applying for the allowance at the same intervals you have been applying for adjusted allowance.

Situation 2:

If you are in full-time employment, your employment will continue as normal during your notice period. You might not be obliged to stay at work, but your salary will be paid until the end of the notice period. Register as an unemployed jobseeker starting from the day after your notice period has ended.

When you have been registered as an unemployed jobseeker at the TE Office for two full calendar weeks, you can send us your first allowance application at the unemployment fund. Follow these instructions:

a. Send us your first application when you have been registered as an unemployed jobseeker at the TE Office for two full calendar weeks. If, for example, your notice period ends on 28 February 2018 and you register as an unemployed jobseeker starting from 1 March 2018, you can send your first application for the period 1–18 March 2018. Remember only to send your application after the above-mentioned time has passed. We recommend that you use our Openetti service for applying. 

b. You can send in your next application when four consecutive calendar weeks have passed starting from 19 March 2018. Keep applying for the allowance with these four week intervals unless you receive new instructions for applying from us. 


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