The Government will abolish in 2022 "all" job aid triggered by the pandemic

The Government has already sent the European Commission the update of the Stability Plan that it had to send before the end of April. Although the document is a compilation of the measures and reforms announced in recent months and that will be in the Recovery, Transformation and Resilience Plan, there are also news. Among them, the suppression of the labor measures and aid implemented by the pandemic.

In the text, the document has the “completion” as of 2022 “of all labor measures adopted to combat the health emergency caused by Covid-19.”

Specifically, the document refers to benefits for cessation of activity and social quota exemptions for the self-employed, ERTE exemptions for companies and temporary disability due to Covid. Interestingly, ERTE benefits are not mentioned.

It should be remembered that this decision would be made in a situation in which the entire population had been vaccinated.

Likewise, in the document, Pedro Sánchez commits to raise the pensions and salaries of public employees again in 2022, and in the coming years.

These increases would be in accordance with the evolution of inflation, that is, with the evolution of prices. Thus, the document specifies that “from 2022 and thereafter, an increase in remuneration for public employees and pensions is expected in line with the evolution of prices.”

It should be remembered that this rise is, in reality, the revaluation of pensions that has already been included in the reform of these benefits, which is also in the document.

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