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In the event of insolvency: Corona-takeover premium for apprentices shall no longer be paid

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Corona-takeover premium for apprentices shall no longer be paid

3000 Euro Takeover of apprentices from the insolvent business. Photo: Ina Fassbender/dpa-tmn

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Trainees lose due to the Corona-crisis your Job, may hire other companies promoted by the Federal government. This program is now to be extended.

Federal education Minister Anja Karliczek (CDU) wants to extend the Corona takeover premiums for apprentices from the insolvent Operated a half-year until the end of 2021.

The premium of 3000 euros for small and medium-sized enterprises to ensure that more trainees from companies that be due to the Corona-crisis insolvent, can continue their apprenticeship in another operation.

Karliczek said the “Handelsblatt”, the insolvency law is currently being subjected to due to the pandemic, partly, it is also “useful to extend this training premiums until the end of next year”. “Only after the expiry of the bankruptcy law, special rules will show how many trainees are in need of a new instructor to be able to your training for sure to finish.”

The takeover premiums are to be secured to a part of the Federal program “training courses”. After that, small and medium-sized enterprises in this year of training is also a premium of 2000 euros per new apprentice, if you keep the number of apprentices constant and 3000 euros, if you increase.

How many companies will benefit, is still unclear, because the premiums will be paid only after completion of the probationary period. Overall, the Federal government has provided 500 million euros for the Corona training package. Applications must be submitted to the Federal Agency for work.

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