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Re: RAV unemployment benefit

Regarding a severance payment and its possible influence on RAV unemployment compensation, Beobachter writes (translated):

"Severance pay is a voluntary benefit from your employer. Such voluntary benefits have no effect on unemployment benefits up to an amount of CHF 148'200. This means that although the severance payment cushions your unemployment and thus serves the same purpose as unemployment insurance for the first three months, your entitlement to unemployment benefit is neither postponed nor reduced. Only those who receive more than CHF 148'200 are not considered unemployed as long as the amount above this does not cover the previous monthly wage.

However, voluntary benefits should not be confused with wage or compensation payments due to premature termination. Such payments postpone the entitlement to unemployment benefit."

https://www.beobachter.ch/arbeit/arb...igung-stempeln
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