The Ministry of Labor and Employment released an update of the annual table that defines the unemployment insurance calculation. The new values come into effect from this Wednesday (11).
As a result, the value of the benefit made available to the worker will not be less than BRL 1,302. Workers who have received average wages above R$ 3.280.93 will invariably be entitled to unemployment insurance in the amount of R$ 2,230.97.
Each salary range has a specific rule. Check the updated table:
Salary ranges were updated according to the 2022 National Consumer Price Index (INPC), calculated by IBGE.
Learn more about unemployment insurance
Unemployment insurance is intended to provide temporary financial assistance to workers unemployed without just cause, and to help them maintain and look for a job.
To be entitled to insurance, the worker must meet the following prerequisites:
- When applying for the benefit first time, the worker must have received at least 12 wages in the last 18 months immediately prior to the dismissal date;
- When applying for the benefit Monday time, the worker must have received at least 9 wages in the last 12 months immediately prior to the dismissal date;
- When applying for the benefit third time or more, the worker must have received at least 6 wages in the months immediately preceding the date of dismissal.
During the period in which you are receiving the aid, the citizen cannot have any other form of income of any kind. He also cannot accumulate unemployment insurance with any other social security benefit of continued benefit. Learn more about the benefit here.
Source: CNN Brasil
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