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The NOW-scheme has been extended for the period from October 2020 – June 2021. The subsidy is lower, but there is now room for the employer to reduce the employees’ wages. The correction to the NOW-subsidy in the event of dismissal for business economic reasons has lapsed.
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The Emergency bridging measure for sustained employment (NOW) will be extended for the period from June up to and including September 2020. Several conditions and rules have changed. Which rules apply now?
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