Changing between self-employment and employment

When you change from an employee to self-employed, you may be paid an earnings-related allowance during unemployment based on you fulfilling the condition regarding previous employment as an employee, if it is less than 18 months since you started your business activity and if you do not yet satisfy the condition regarding previous employment as self-employed. For the 18 months, you can remain a member of the employees’ unemployment fund or transfer to an entrepreneurs’ unemployment fund. Please note that the employment requirement of the self-employed can not be fulfilled during membership in an employees’ unemployment fund.

When you change from self-employed to an employee, you may be paid an earnings-related allowance during unemployment based on you fulfilling the condition regarding previous employment as self-employed if you do not yet satisfy the condition regarding previous employment as an enployee. At the start of your employment, you can remain a member of an entrepreneurs’ unemployment fund or transfer to an employees’ unemployment fund. However, employee's employment requirement can not be fulfilled during membership in an entrepreneurs’ unemployment fund.

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