Dr. Robert Gauci Maistre [Partner FSGM.Partners]
Full time employees of enterprises operating in sectors that suffered drastically due to the COVID-19 pandemic or had to temporarily suspend operations on the order of the Superintendent of Public Health will be entitled to up to five days’ salary based on a monthly wage of €800. This includes all self-employed. Part-time employees will be eligible up to €500 per month. Click here for a list of sectors by NACE.
Full time employees of enterprises in other adversely affected sectors including wholesale, manufacturing and warehousing will be entitled to one days’ salary per month. Part-time employees will be eligible to one day’s salary per week, equivalent to €100 per month. In the case of Gozo based enterprises this will increase to two days’ salary per week equivalent to €320 per month for full time employees, and €200 per month for part time employees. Click here for a list of sectors by NACE.
In case of self-employed in other adversely affected sectors who have employees will be entitled to two-days’ salary per week equivalent to €320 per month.
Self-employed based in Gozo operating in other adversely affected sectors will be entitled to 2 days’ salary per week equivalent to €320 per month. This will increase to 3 days salary, equivalent to €480, for those self-employed who employ staff, and the employees will be entitled to two days’ salary per week.
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