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You have 720 days of paro again and you will get paid 70 per cent of your base reguladora during the first 180 days and 50 per cent the rest of the time
Base reguladora its the sume of the bases de cotizacion of the last 180 worked days divided between 180
In your nomina you willl get how much have you oaid for unumpleyment and this are the data you need to know your base reguladora
At least you have to get 915 per month minimum
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The first 180 days will be 70 per cent and the rest of the time 50 per cent
Read in this site how it works but be carefull because the last legal cange has reduced the 60 per cent until 50 per cent
Yes, thats correct
You have again 720 days
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No, usualy the fine its one time, no more
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First time you lose 1 month
Second time 3 months
3 time 6 months
4 you lose all your time remained
Do not worry about it. Even when you used part of your time as you have work 1 more year you have regenerated you rights antil the maximun 720 days
Thats not the matter, the point its that the time you keep now its added to the time gotten in this almost one year
I Know you mean that you do not get 4 month antil you get 1 year, but you have the time, Do not worry
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