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Information on the employment protection program Antivirus

On March 31, the Czech government approved a proposal to modify the Antivirus employment protection program. The state will use the Labor Office of the Czech Republic to compensate companies their expenses of wages costs. Here are answers to frequently asked questions about this program.

Slovakia is implementing employment protection measures

Last week the Slovak government has taken measures to mitigate the effects of the coronavirus crises for employees and employers. These measures have been approved by Slovak parliament on April the 2nd 2020 and come into force as of April 4th 2020. The changes concern various labour law regulations and are adopted due to the situation in relation to COVID-19 within the Slovak Republic.

Information on the employment protection program Antivirus

On March 31, the Czech government approved a proposal to modify the Antivirus employment protection program. The state will use the Labor Office of the Czech Republic to compensate companies their expenses of wages costs. Here are answers to frequently asked questions about this program.

Polish “Anti-crisis shield”

Polish government published on 26 March the so-called “anti-crisis shield” - a package of draft bills. Today (27 March) the Parliament is to vote on the projects. The proposed changes are aimed at protecting the labour market and improving companies’ cash flow. The size of the company and the type of industry will decide on the scope of the support.

Impacts of the Czech tax relief package on taxpayers

Early this week the Czech government approved a package of measures to relieve the taxpayers in complying with their tax filing and payment obligations in the current extraordinary situation affected by the coronavirus epidemy.

Quarantine: what you should know

If PPIS (State Poviat Sanitary Inspector) or PGIS (State Border Sanitary Inspector) issues a decision to submit to an employee's quarantine or isolation, under such decision employee has the right to receive benefits due to illness paid on general terms by the employer or ZUS.