The CES has announced the conditions for receiving support for June

first_img• Transport and storage – primarily passenger transport (rail, land, air and water) Employers who perform activities of a seasonal nature, regardless of the form of registration of the business entity, may use the support provided that they have registered activities and registered in the HZMO insured system by February 29.02.2020, XNUMX, and that at the time of application active status. Accommodation and food and beverage service activitiesAdministrative and support service activities – only rental and leasing activities and travel agencies, tour operators and other reservation services and related activities More details attached. Employers from the following sectors can apply for June support: Side dish: Support for job preservation in activities affected by Coronavirus (COVID – 19) for June 2020 Employers need to prove that in May 2020 they had a decrease in income by at least 50% compared to May 2019, based on the submission of the VAT form for May 2020. and May 2019. Tax Administration. Agriculture, forestry and fishing – only crop and livestock production, hunting and related service activities and fishing • Arts, entertainment and recreation only creative, artistic and entertainment activities, entertainment and recreational activities and production and screening of films and video films, sound recording and music publishing activities and their distribution • Organizers of cultural, business and sports events, organizers of fairs and weddings, and related activities such as companies for equipment rental, audio and video recording, ticket sales, hall rental and other companies that generate most of their income from events and public gatherings At the session held on May 29.05.2020, XNUMX. The CES Board of Directors has introduced Support for job preservation (COVID – 19) for June 2020., continuing support for job retention for eligible sectors whose business cannot be opened for objective reasons or have a decline of at least 50%, and caused by the COVID – 19 crisis, which seeks to avoid the dismissal of workers from the activities actually affected and the sudden entry of workers into the unemployment register. The Croatian Employment Service (CES) has announced the conditions for support for June with the aim of preserving jobs for employers whose economic activity has been disrupted due to a special circumstance caused by Coronavirus (COVID-19). • Other service activities – repair of computers and personal and household goods and other personal service activities onlylast_img read more

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Financial aid sign ups down slightly among potential college students

first_imgDES MOINES — Iowa College Aid reports a slight drop in the number of students filing the information that’s used to determine if they qualify for federal aid, state-funded grants, and scholarships provided by colleges and universities.  Spokeswoman Elizabeth Keest Sedrel says the filing rate for the Free Application for Federal Student Aid or FAFSA fell from 54 to 52 percent. “We’ve been working on pumping up the FAFSA filing numbers for several years — and we’ve been very successful — we’ve been seeing year-over-year increases,” according to Sedrel. “And, along  about March when COVID really became a big issue in the United States, Iowa like all of the states in the country, really saw those rates start to dip.” She says part of the issue could be the seniors have been at home and not in school. “When K-through-12 schools closed the physical campuses, high school seniors wouldn’t have had regular personal contact with their school counselors any longer.  And a lot of times these school counselors are the ones who facilitate that filing for financial aid,” Sedrel says.  She says it could also be due to uncertainty about what would happen with colleges. “We do think that there was an issue with students not being sure what was going to happen with schools in the fall,” she says.  “A lot of the time period we are looking at here — physical campuses had closed for the remainder of that school year — but schools hadn’t yet announced their plans for the fall of 2020.”  Sedrel says the positive is Iowa hasn’t seen the drop that other states have. “It’s happened all across the country. Iowa has actually seen a smaller dip than most other states — so we don’t want to paint this out to be a dire situation,” Sedrel says. But we are going to have to offset the losses from this year  as we do look to moving forward on these FAFSA numbers.”  She says getting financial aid for students aligns with the Future Ready Iowa goal of  having 70 percent of the workforce with education or training beyond high school by 2025.  Sedrel says students and families can go online and file for FAFSA to find out how much aid is available.last_img read more

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