Maneuver, so in 2022 the CIGS, NASPI and GOL – RB change

Maneuver, so in 2022 the CIGS, NASPI and GOL – RB change

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Maneuver, so in 2022 they change CIGS, NASPI and GOL – RB

The Budget Maneuver 2022 contains, among other things, also structural reforms and measures relevant to employment and social policies. Here are the specific measures to support work (here all the measures approved in the Maneuver).

The reform intervenes on the existing inhomogeneities by realizing on the one hand a universalization and on the other a rationalization of the social safety nets.

Ok to the extension of the audience of beneficiaries aimed at including in income support all subordinate workers, even with a minimum length of service, including apprentices and home workers .

The extension of the group of policyholders is equal to 12, 4 million workers: 9 , 9 million employees of companies to which the CIGS is extended; 1.5 million workers of employers employing up to 5 employees who are recognized for the first time the ordinary allowance of the FIS; 1 million workers who receive the ordinary FIS allowance alongside the CIGS. Total: 12, 4 million new or more insured.

A increase in the quantum of the support , the introduction of differentiated durations by company size and ‘ extension of the protections also to workers of small companies , from 1 to 15 employees.

A bonus mechanism is also hypothesized which provides for a reduction in the additional contribution in the event of non-use of integration treatments salary for a significant time.

The exclusive management of salary supplements by the existing bilateral funds is then confirmed.

As regards ordinary wage integration treatments (CIGO), the extension of their scope through the Wage Integration Fund (FIS) is envisaged to companies that currently do not are covered by CIGO and which do not adhere to or constitute bilateral solidarity funds.

As regards the extraordinary salary integration treatments (CIGS), they are extended to all employers with more than 15 employees who do not access the Funds referred to in Articles 26, 27 and 40 of Legislative Decree no. 148 / 2015 without any sectoral distinction.

With reference to the reasons, the corporate reorganization can also be requested to carry out transition processes.

The solidarity contract is strengthened , with an increase in the percentages of reduction in working hours: we pass from current 60% of the daily, weekly or monthly working hours of the workers involved in the solidarity contract at 80%, and the employment transition agreement is introduced to govern the transition processes in the market and prevent unemployment.

With this new tool, further support is provided to help the employees of companies with more than 15 employees in employment transitions. In detail, it is a question of granting up to 12 total months of additional CIGS, not further extendable. The actions aimed at re-employment or self-employment must be defined during the trade union consultation procedure.

The workers affected by these 12 months of additional CIGS access the GOL program . The company that hires a person in CIGS for an indefinite period, deriving from the new instrument of the occupational transition agreement, is granted an economic incentive, which consists of a monthly contribution of 50% of the CIGS amount, for each monthly salary paid to the worker: the contribution cannot be paid for more than 12 months.

All the prerogatives in force of the bilateral solidarity funds remain valid . The mandatory coverage of the bilateral funds is also ensured to employers who employ 1 to 5 employees. Without prejudice to the possibility of providing supplementary benefits, the Funds must establish benefits with a duration at least equal to the salary integration treatments depending on the size threshold of the company and the reason invoked.

The wage integration fund continues to provide benefits also on a residual basis, and thus covers all employers not falling under the CIGO or bilateral funds, therefore also micro-enterprises in the tertiary sector, i.e. employers who employ at least one employee.

Finally, the Redundancy fund for agricultural workers (CISOA)

is extended to workers in the fishing sector for periods other than those of suspension of work resulting from compulsory and non-compulsory temporary arrest measures.

For those who do not have work, on the other hand, the government intervenes in the Budget Law essentially on two levels: the easing of subjective requirements and the strengthening of the economic subsidy.

With reference to NASPI , the access requirements are made less strict: skip the requirement of 30 working days to access unemployment benefits.

On the quantum side, the effective date of the d├ęcalage is postponed and a more favorable treatment is introduced for those workers who due to their age they have greater difficulty in re-entering the labor market. In particular, it is reduced by 3% every month starting from the sixth month (today the fourth), the decalage starts from the eighth month for the over unemployed 55.

The NASPI is also extended to some types of agricultural workers on a permanent basis .

The unemployment benefit for coordinated and continuous workers is also increased (DIS-COLL) : the maximum duration, guaranteeing a number of months of benefit equal to the months of contributions paid; the effective date of the d├ęcalage is postponed. And the figurative contribution is recognized.

Vocational training and active employment policies

Definitive ok also to the strengthening of the Interprofessional Joint Funds in the training of workers on layoffs .

Possibility for the Interprofessional Funds to finance training plans to increase the skills of workers who are recipients of wage supplements in constant relationship. These initiatives can be co-financed by the regions as part of their respective training measures and active employment policy.

Refund of the payment referred to in article 1, paragraph 722, of the law 190 / 2014 – after monitoring the training courses carried out in favor of workers in layoffs – to the Interprofessional Funds which finance the aforementioned training plans.

Active policies for workers targeted by CIGS

Extension of the GOL program to workers in CIGS with occupational transition agreement .

Promotion of territorial pacts to govern employment transitions.

Incentives for hiring workers in CIGS with occupational transition agreement

Recognition of a monetary contribution to the employer who hires a worker in CIGS with an occupational transition agreement and the possibility of hiring workers in CIGS with an occupational transition agreement in vocational apprenticeship without age limits.

Active policies for self-employed workers

Extension of the GOL Program for self-employed workers who close their VAT number .

Implementation of the counter for self-employment at the employment centers.

Promotion of agreements between CPI, professional associations and associations representing self-employment in order to train self-entrepreneurship and promote occupational transitions in self-employed and professional work.