In the previous version of the program, launched in October 2021, the State covered between 30 and 50% of the salary depending on the employer’s income. He made the transfer directly to the free salary account generated at Banco Nación in the name of the worker.
“The maximum monthly benefit amount may not exceed 50% of the salary monthly net income indicated for the ‘Personnel for general tasks’ category, as established in the Resolution of the National Commission for the Work of Private Houses in force at the time of payment”, it was clarified.
He payment of 50% of the salary to new incorporations will be for six months for all employers with income less than the nontaxable Earnings minimum.
In the case of priority populationssuch as transvestite, transsexual and transgender workers, workers with disabilities or with children with disabilities and workers who are holders of the Acompañar program, the benefit extends for 8 months.
The measure also includes workers winning the right to access the retirement and unemployment insurance for two months.
Employers must keep the registered worker for one year. If the employer does not comply with the established requirements, he must reimburse the return of the total funds.
Within this sector it is estimated that there is more than one 70% of unregistered work and during the pandemic employment fell more than 20% in the sector. “By the second quarter of 2020, more than 400,000 women and LGBTI+ had lost their jobs and it is estimated that, by the first quarter of 2022, 177,000 workers had not recovered,” the decree states.
from the government celebrated the results of the program: “Since its launch, in September 2021, 22,046 workers have benefited from the Registered Program. Approximately 8 out of 10 workers maintain the formal employment relationship after the end of the benefit”, indicates the decree.
President Alberto Fernandez announced this Thursday the expansion and extension of the program in an act at Casa Rosada together with the Ministers of Labor, Kelly Olmosand Women, Gender and Diversity, Ayelen Mazzina.