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News | 2021-04-07

Employers thrown a lifeline in Slovakia

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A Slovak project is providing much-needed aid to employers who had to close their operations due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Numerous businesses, charities and community enterprises have been forced to stop operations as a result of the ongoing pandemic.  ‘First Aid’, financed with support from the ESF, is going a long way to ensuring organisations and those who run them receive support to stay open. 

Employers and self-employed persons who have limited their activities in response to COVID-19 can claim much-needed funding, directly relevant to how much their earnings have been affected.  The project goes further by aiding individuals whose income has been completely cut off as a result of the crisis.

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'First Aid' project website (Slovak)