Who Pays For Unemployment?
5% of the gross salary is paid to Unemployment Insurance For each of its employees, the employer pays contributions to the Unemployment Insurance , calculated according to the gross salary, within the limit of a ceiling. This contribution amounts to 4.05% of the gross salary. In addition, the State pays Unemployment Insurance the equivalent of 2.4% of gross salary, replacing the wage contribution, which has been totally exempted since 1 October 2018. [Read More]