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Unemployment insurance: 2.3 billion in savings


Unedic made public on Wednesday its impact study on the savings generated by the future rules of the unemployment insurance scheme.

It was one of the wishes of the social partners during the discussions on the reform of unemployment insurance at the beginning of the year ... And a month after the presentation of the arbitrations accepted by the executive, it is granted, but too late .

Unedic made public on Wednesday its impact study on the savings generated by the future rules of the unemployment insurance scheme.

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According to the body in charge of it, the parameters adopted at the beginning of March - but which will not come into force until July 1 for some and when the situation on the employment front will be more stable for d 'others - should make it possible to garner some 2.3 billion euros in savings per year, at cruising speed.

The modification of the daily reference wage (SJR) - which serves as the basis for the calculation of the return-to-work allowance (ARE) paid to compensated job seekers - will allow a gain of 1 billion, when the hardening of conditions membership of 4 to 6 months will save 800 million to the scheme and the degression of allowances for the highest incomes, 460 million.

Due to a lack of data, the impact of the bonus-malus intended for companies could not be estimated.

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As for 2021, only the modification of the calculation of the RLS will make it possible to reduce expenses.

And this up to 210 million.

For 2022, depending on the evolution of the economy and whether or not the job market returns to “good fortune”, Unedic plans between 1.2 and 1.9 billion euros in savings.

Besides, changing the rules will not be painless for the unemployed.

With the new method of calculating the SJR, around 1.15 million beneficiaries will open a right with a lower allowance of 17% on average.

In addition, with the change to a minimum of 6 months of membership, 190,000 unemployed people should not be able to obtain rights during the first 12 months following the entry into force of the measure.

Source: lefigaro

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