23.01.2017 On self-employed persons and salaried employees

Many of our members are both salaried employees and self-employed persons. How is the labour policy assessment different for these types of employment?

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16.01.2017 Is your post coming late?

There are delays in the delivery of post. Openetti resolves the problem!

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29.12.2016 Mobility allowance must be applied for before you start to work

Do you have a new job that starts in January? Have you plans to apply for mobility allowance?

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20.12.2016 Teachers’ Unemployment Fund is redesigning the visual look of its website in accordance with the users’ wishes

Teachers’ Unemployment Fund is redesigning the visual look of its website. The Fund canvassed the users’ opinion of the three layout options. There was a clear winner among the proposed alternatives, which will be complemented by elements from the other supported proposals. The refreshed look was published to the users on Monday, 19 December 2016.

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09.11.2016 Results to the survey on our webpages and presence in the social media

See attached a summary review over the results to our survey. We appreciate all of your responses and suggestions!

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26.10.2016 Flexibility to the use of basic component and incentives to work under a commission contract

The Government proposes that the basic component could be used for the promotion methods in the future by financing start-up grant, pay subsidy and mobility funding with the basic component. There also would be more incentives to work under commission contracts.

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26.10.2016 Tighter obligations to accept work

The Government proposes that persons receiving unemployment allowance would be more obliged to seek and accept work and participate in the employment promotion measures.

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