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Deadlines for submitting applications for short-time working in relation with the economic recovery
With the end of the state of crisis and to revive the economy, new methods of granting short-time working to companies affected by the crisis linked to COVID-19 are in force from July until 31 December 2020.
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Accord entre les partenaires sociaux concernant les modalités d’octroi du chômage partiel dans le cadre de la sortie de l’état de crise
Avec la fin de l’état de crise, les modalités d’urgence mises en place pour aider les entreprises par la voie d’un mécanisme spécial de chômage partiel « cas de force majeure Covid-19 » viendront à expiration. Il a été convenu lors de la réunion qu’il faut continuer à soutenir moyennant le chômage partiel les entreprises impactées par la crise sanitaire, tout en préservant un maximum d’emplois.
Deadline for submission of the cost statement for short-time working COVID-19
Employers must submit the detailed cost statement (décompte) within three months of the end of the month in which the short-time working occurred. For short-time working in March 2020, the detailed statement must be submitted by 30 June 2020 at the latest.
Public consultation on the EURES network
The European Commission is conducting a public consultation on the EURES network. The consultation is addressed to all citizens and organisations concerned by cross-border worker mobility. Participation in the survey is open in the 24 EU languages until 23 June 2020.
The number of jobseekers increases by 31.1% over one year
The number of available resident jobseekers registered with ADEM was 20,253 on 30 April 2020. Over one year, this represents an increase of 4,800 people, i.e. 31.1%. The unemployment rate, adjusted for seasonal variations, calculated by STATEC, is 6.9%.
Deadlines and procedures for short-time working due to force majeure
ADEM informs companies that the following deadlines and procedures have been agreed for applications for short-time working due to force majeure Covid-19.
Bonuses for employees undergoing professional redeployment
During the current COVID-19 crisis, companies that offer relevant services can pay bonuses for their employees to thank them for their special commitment. For employees in professional redeployment, bonus payments must be specially marked.
The number of jobseekers increases by 17.4% compared to last year
The number of available resident jobseekers registered with ADEM was 18,398 on 31 March 2020. Over one year, this represents an increase of 2 728 people, i.e. 17.4%. The unemployment rate, adjusted for seasonal variations, calculated by STATEC, is 6.1%.
Additional measures relating to the COVID-19 situation concerning unemployment benefits for jobseekers
Due to the extraordinary situation on the labour market triggered by the COVID-19 health crisis, jobseekers registered with ADEM may currently face difficulties in finding a new job. For this reason, the entitlement to unemployment benefit is extended for the duration of the crisis. This applies both to the duration of the regular employment benefit and to any extension period.
COVID-19: New procedure for the granting of short-time working in cases of force majeure linked to the COVID-19 crisis
Faced with the magnitude of the coronavirus crisis and its tangible repercussions on the lives of businesses and their employees, the Luxembourg government has decided to set up a "force majeure / coronavirus" short-time working scheme with an accelerated procedure for all businesses that have had to completely or partially cease their activities.
FAQ - ADEM - COVID-19
Find the answers to the most frequently asked questions about ADEM in relation to the current COVID-19 situation on our FAQ page.
Number of jobseekers increases by 7.4% within one year
As of 29 February 2020, 16,652 resident jobseekers were registered with ADEM. Compared to the same month of the previous year, this is an increase of 1,144 people, or 7,4%. The seasonally adjusted unemployment rate determined by STATEC was 5.5% in February 2020.
Bescheinigung für Berufspendler zum Nachweis der Notwendigkeit des Grenzübertritts zwischen Deutschland und Luxemburg
Aufgrund der aktuellen Situation im Zusammenhang mit dem Coronavirus werden in den kommenden Tagen voraussichtlich verstärkte Grenzkontrollen zwischen Deutschland und Luxemburg stattfinden.
Belgian and French cross-border workers: submission of certificates of incapacity for work
Because of the reduced activity of the postal services, insured persons in France and Belgium have the possibility of exceptionally submitting their certificate of incapacity for work by email to: saisieCIT.firstname.lastname@example.org