The House has two general amendments to the original government version of the rules. Maláčová supports the ministerial amendments submitted by Roman Sklenák (CSSD). However, the Social Committee supported the rules written by ANO and KSČM deputies Jana Pastuchová and Hana Aulická Jírovcová. According to Maláčová, the Kurzarbeit in this form would only be a theoretical tool and would not help. “It will not be feasible in practice,” she said. Sklenák’s proposal has the support of representatives of employers and employees, the minister reminded.
Among other things, Maláčová criticized the amendment of deputies ANO and KSČM that the government would start the kurarbeit without consulting the tripartite and that the support might not be sufficient. The inclusion of a particular company in the program would not have clear rules, the official of the labor office would decide, she continued. In addition, the company would first have to pay wages, and then apply to the state for support, she said. In the case of Sklenák’s ministerial proposal, the opposite would be the case and the company would not have to have free cash, she added.
Pastuchová already emphasized at the meeting of the Social Committee that she was behind her amendment. According to her, he will ensure that the course work will be simple and will not affect the employees. At that time, Aulická Jírovcová pointed out, among other things, the minimum administrative burden and the fact that employees will receive money in the usual pay period.
Kurzarbeit is a part-time job in which a company pays people for hours worked and the state provides them with part of their earnings for time not worked. The government originally planned to introduce the new rules as early as last November, but there was no agreement on them. They will not apply from March, as discussed later.
Source: EuroZprávy.cz by eurozpravy.cz.
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