Work reduces 10% of its spending on stops and triggers its income for quotes

The recovery of the economy at rhythms that the Government figures at 7% in 2022 will not be reflected in a similar progress of job creation, which according to

Work reduces 10% of its spending on stops and triggers its income for quotes

The recovery of the economy at rhythms that the Government figures at 7% in 2022 will not be reflected in a similar progress of job creation, which according to the State Budget Project (PGE) will grow by 2.5% next anus. The unemployment rate would end up over 14%.

For the Ministry of Labor, the reactivation of the labor market will mean lower expenses in benefits, its greater item, and higher income for contributions. The State Public Employment Service (SEPE) provides for a spending of 22,457 million euros of which most of them will go to non-contributory benefits. It is, in total, a disbursement that is reduced by more than 10% compared to this year.

On the revenue side, the trend is the contrary. By increasing employment, contributions grow up to 26,554 million euros, 13.2% more. After two years in which SEPE has been subjected to extraordinary pressure to support spending on unemployed benefits and up to 3.4 million workers affected by ERTE, the balance is more promising.

The ERTE, which currently affect 265,000 people, will remain in its current configuration until next February 28. From that moment, the possibility is opened that it becomes a structural scheme no longer linked to the sanitary alarm. Within this new regulation, the funds will include training to workers included in ERTE, which will not count as unemployed.

The PGE project for 2022 also includes items to recompose the Malterecho Sepe Computer System, which collapsed when it is unable to provide service in the processing of benefits for the millions of people affected by the ERTE. Among the funds for the digitalization of the administration, a spending of 63 million euros destined for this purpose is established. The labor inspection, whose officials have demanded for years more media to the Ministry of Labor, will barely see its budget improved by 24 million euros, 14% more.

Updated Date: 15 October 2021, 03:52

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