Unemployment allowances without notice of termination

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The Ombudsman noted that the employer’s mission to give notice of termination of the employee leads to the loss of the latter’s right to receive the regular unemployment allowance granted by the Manpower Employment Organization (OAED).

While investigating a specific case, the Ombudsman addressed the OAED pointing out that an insured person should not be deprived of this allowance, considered absolutely necessary for a decent living for himself and his family. The Ombudsman recommended that the unemployment allowance be granted to the unemployed person, arguing that the invalidity of termination favors the employee and should not affect the granting of the unemployment allowance when the actual unemployment state is not in question. The Board of Directors of OAED granted the allowance to the beneficiary retrospectively.

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