Newsletter March 13 2020
What should I do if I am laid off due to the pandemic caused by the coronavirus?
The World Health Organization WHO has declared the coronavirus outbreak a pandemic. Different countries have introduced a wide variety of measures to slow down the development of the pandemic. Those measures have direct and indirect effects on economic activities. A slowing economy will in turn lead to lay-offs and more people becoming unemployed. In those cases the unemployment benefit is the primary support for livelihood.
What shall I do, if I fall ill while unemployed?
The World Health Organization WHO has declared the coronavirus outbreak a pandemic. The progress of the pandemic has given the experts a reason to assume that many of us will contract the disease caused by the coronavirus. Falling ill may affect your right to receive earnings-related daily allowance.
Make the most out of remote work
As you may have noticed, many workplaces currently recommend remote working as the coronavirus spreads fear around the world. For many people, tapping a laptop at home may feel like a distressing thought, but remote work does not have to be dull or lonely. It can also be efficient, creative and very liberating! That’s why we have listed below the positive sides of working at home and tips on how to make the most out of remote work. Enjoy!