The Unemployment fund for highly educated KOKO (prev. IAET unemployment fund) insures YTY members, providing earnings-related benefit in the event of loss of work or lay-off.
If you lose your job or become laid off, the unemployment fund will pay you earnings related unemployment allowance, if both the membership condition and the employment condition are fulfilled. The membership condition means that you have to have been a member of the fund for at least 6 months before becoming unemployed. The employment condition means that you have been in paid, social insurance-covered employment, for 26 calendar weeks during the 28 months immediately preceding unemployment.
If you are an entrepreneur, or you or your family members own shares of the company you work for this could effect to your rights to unemployment benefits.
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