job creation halts in July as unemployment rises for the first time this year, according to the Ministry of Labor. Unemployment stands at 3,230, and Yolanda Diaz’s team explains that international uncertainty, marked by the invasion of Ukraine and the energy crisis, is the cause. Secondly, permanent contracts continue to grow, especially marked by the changes made to the labor reform. In July, they accounted for 41.44% of the total number of signed contracts.
In terms of affiliation, the data is more negative than expected by the Ministry of Integration, Social Protection and Migration. Although 9,104 jobs were created in seasonally adjusted terms, in absolute terms, taking into account monthly averages, 7,366 jobs were lost. General, 2,883,812 people remain unemployed., many of which are long term outages. This means that they have been unsuccessfully looking for a job for more than a year.
In this situation, there is Additional help for those who have exhausted the balance of their tax credits. The Emergency Unemployment Grant is one of the benefits that will begin to be paid in the coming weeks and is intended as an additional amount for those who have been unemployed for more than a year. Of course, in order to request it, one must meet the established requirements, such as not receiving it early, being forcedly fired, and having family responsibilities, among other things.
Organizations that pay early
Those recipients who meet the conditions and whose application has been approved must be attentive to the income of this social benefit. This subsidy is limited, so it can only be withdrawn for 180 days, and after that it cannot be requested again. In addition, it represents an amount equal to 80% of IPREM, which is about 451.92 euros in 2022, and you will need to prove to the employment service that you have a BAE certificate.
Since May, the emergency unemployment subsidy has been levied at the same time as unemployment benefits and ERTE, which have so far been pushed back due to a government agreement in the worst months of the pandemic. The most common is that banks make payments between the 10th and 15th of each month, this time the first day falls just in the middle of the week, so no big changes are expected. However, it is also possible that some organizations choose to roll it over to previous days, the most common of which are:
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