A number of benefits will be pulled up by the increase in the minimum wage.
The new minimum wage, announced by Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis and effective from April 1, rose to 780 euros (from 713 euros). At the same time, its increase has a positive effect on many services.
Guide: How other benefits will look after the minimum wage increase
In detail, the other allowances are broken down as follows:
1. Special maternity benefit: minimum wage
2. Parental Allowance: minimum wage
3. Unemployment Benefit: 13 daily allowances
4. Subsidies for a three-month stay in the unemployment fund: 15 daily allowances
5. Probation: 15 daily allowances
6. Work stoppage: 20 daily allowance
7. Insolvency of the employer: Up to 3 salaries
8. Builder Season: 70% of 37 a day
9. Emery Season: 70% of the 50 a day
10. Seasonal for Artists, Theater, Tourism: 70% of 25 a day
11. Other seasonal (Lumberjacks – resin collectors, tobacco workers, potters-ceramists-tilers and employed shipwrights): 70% of the 35 per day
12. Self-employed allowances: Monthly unemployment benefit
13. Employment Allowance: 50% unemployment benefit
14. Remuneration of EPO Students.: 75% of the daily wage
15. Internship allowance (IEK DYPA): 80% of minimum wage
16. Gain work experience: Minimum wage
17. Public Interest Programs: Daily minimum wage
18. Employment Programs: Subsidy 50% – 90% of the minimum wage
19. For working students who take part in examinations: 30 daily wages for students / 10 daily wages for postgraduates
Unemployment benefit, which is currently 438 euros, will increase from April to 479 euros.