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The financial support for periods of economic standstill is sometimes problematic on Labour Offices’ inspections. Many of these cases may end up in court. Currently, the offices are of the opinion that the received financial support should be proportionally reduced for each day during which the employee was not on standby. This applies not only to days when they performed work during the standstill but also to holidays or sick leaves. According to the offices, in such situations, employers should return a significant part of the received money. – Paweł Sych comments for Dziennik Gazeta Prawna.

Article: here.

Author: Paweł Sych