About 95 percent of the state's job preservation incentives have already been paid for May, and payments for June begin in a week. The government is expected to extend the measures, at least for some of the most vulnerable sectors.
What entrepreneurs can expect was discussed on Croatian Radio’s Business Week show this morning.
“For those who are already in trouble, we will find certain solutions, we have some ideas, for tomorrow we have scheduled a session of the Social Economic Council, which will be attended by union representatives. I personally expect that by the end of the week we will have information and who we will help for June will be defined,” said Josip Aladrović, Minister of Labor and Pension System.
There is one set of measures for June 15th, we expect to sit with the Government from month to month and analyze what is happening in the economy and adopt measures that will be appropriate to do just that, save jobs, enable employers to make a comeback as fast as possible and as efficiently as possible, to return as soon as possible, conditionally speaking, to some level of employment that was before the crisis,” said Davor Majetić, the director of the Croatian Employers' Association.
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