COVID-19 and Labour Law: Slovenia
Keywords:Covid-19, Labour Law, Teleworking, Homeworking, Health and safety, Job-saving measures, Income support measures, State-funded compensations
Slovenia declared Covid-19 an epidemic on 12 March 2020. Social distancing measures have been introduced, schools and kindergartens were closed, as well as most of the businesses. Tele/home-working has been widely promoted, distant schooling organised. The Government introduced different job-saving and income support measures, including partial reimbursement of wage compensations for temporarily laid-off workers due to the entreprise closures, deferral of tax and social contribution payments, temporary basic income for the self-employed etc.
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