Employment promoting services are always subject to an agreement with the employment office. During the employment promoting services, the unemployment benefits are paid, with the exception of certain limitations, as increased benefit, if the service has been agreed upon in the employment plan or in other such plan. In addition, the unemployment fund pays travel allowance during the services. Earnings-related allowance is applied for with the benefit application during the service period. Job search must be valid in order for the benefit to be paid. Paid days accumulate the maximum payment period of the earnings-related daily allowance. Refusal of services and service interruption can lead to the loss of unemployment benefits
During services promoting employment, a benefit can be paid, even if there is no right to a benefit, for example due to a waiting period, an employment political waiting period or working requirement. Instead, obstacles and constraints for the payment of earnings-related daily allowance, such as full-time employment for more than two weeks or receiving a preventing social benefit, prevent the payment of the benefit also during the services.