Earnings-related daily allowance is intended as a means of livelihood during a period of unemployment. In addition, it is intended to allow you to seek a job. From this premise it is easy to understand in which situations daily allowance cannot be paid. As a general rule, they are situations in which the livelihood is otherwise secured or you are not on the labour market seeking a job.
A list of some of the most common obstacles:
You have resigned without a valid reason.
You have declined work or training without a valid reason.
A waiting period has been set for you.
You are entitled to a pay for the period of notice.
You receive a financial benefit from your employer due to the termination of the employment.
You are a full-time entrepreneur.
You are disable to work.
You are on pension.
You are a full-time student.
You are on a parental leave.
You are doing your military or non-military service.
You are imprisoned.
You are in hospital care.