Adjusted daily allowance will be paid in the following situations:
- You are in part-time work, which means that the working hours agreed on in your employment contract are at most 80 per cent of the maximum working hours applied within the industry. In order to receive adjusted daily allowance it is required that you have started the part-time work while unemployed or have started the part-time work alongside full-time work or your employer has unilaterally changed the work to part-time work, complying with the period of notice. So working in part-time employment cannot be due to your own choice.
- Your daily working hours have been shortened due to lay-off.
- You have received a full-time job that lasts at most two weeks.
- Your working has been prevented due to such a strike or lockout that has no effect on your terms of employment or working conditions.
- You have income from part-time entrepreneurial activities or own work.
In the above situations, the income you earn during the application period has a reducing effect on the daily allowance that you would be entitled to if you were completely unemployed.