Headlines 28/04/2020 11:23 SA

Application and documentation requirements for affected people’s entitlement to support given according to Resolution No.42

Thanh Lợi

The Prime Minister has just promulgated the Decision No. 15/2020, regulating the implementation of policies on support for COVID-19-stricken people.

This Decision specifies application and documentation requirements for entitlement to direct payments given groups of people afflicted with the Covid-19 disease according to the Resolution No. 42/NQ-CP dated April 9, 2020.

For instance, employees whose employment contracts are temporarily suspended or who take unpaid leave will be entitled to financial support if they meet the following requirements:

- The length of time during which their employment contracts are temporarily suspended or they take unpaid leave within their contract term must be at least 1 consecutive month from April 1, 2020 to end of June 30, 2020; and

The date starting the temporary suspension of their employment contracts or their unpaid leave must fall between April 1, 2020 and June 1, 2020.

- They are participating in the compulsory social insurance plan till the date before the temporary suspension of their employment contracts or their unpaid leave.

- They are working for enterprises generating no revenue or no longer having funds for payment of their wages (after these enterprises have already used up wage reserve funds, after-tax profit and other legitimate financing sources with balance calculated till March 31, 2020) due to the Covid-19 disease's impacts.

Application procedures will be as follows:

- Affected enterprises compile the list of employees subject to temporary suspension of employment contracts or compulsory unpaid leave that meet the aforesaid requirements, and request grassroots-level trade unions (if any) and social security authorities to attest to the list (within 03 working days).

- Affected enterprises send application documentation (according to the Appendix to this Decision) to People’s Committees at the districts where their offices are located.

For more details, please read the Decision No. 15/2020/QD-TTg in force on April 24, 2020.



More headlines

Most Viewed

Address: 17 Nguyen Gia Thieu street, Ward Vo Thi Sau, District 3, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
Phone: (+84)28 3930 3279 (06 lines)
Email: info@ThuVienPhapLuat.vn

Copyright© 2019 by THƯ VIỆN PHÁP LUẬT
Editorial Director: Mr. Bui Tuong Vu

DMCA.com Protection Status