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24-03-2020, 18:42   #1
romek95
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Reduced working hours due to COVID19

Hi boards members,
Just thinking now and looking trough all available forms for unemployment due to COVID19.

My situation is a bit different to all scenarios explained on the gov.ie / welfare website.

I am working on a full-time roaster that is done at least 3 weeks ahead. Now, my working hours are significantly reduced to 20h a week or less (depending on the situation in the retail store).

My contract of employment is for minimum 15 hours a week - how is that affecting my possibility to get a help from social welfare for the balance of hours cut - therefore applying for the short term work form?

If I was about to apply for short-term work support payment - my working hours are calculated as full-time employment or the amount of hours on the contract (15 in my case) therefore not allowing me to apply for the benefit?

Thank you in advance for your help.
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25-03-2020, 01:25   #2
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If you need the cash, just apply now.

They'lll pay you, but you'll likely have to fill in dockets about days worked / not-worked later on, so keep records of what you did.
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