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Old 21.10.2012, 11:16
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Apply for the allowance (indemnitÚs) for salary difference compare to last job?

Hi everybody, I have a question concerning the compensation that one can apply while taking a job with lower salary than previous job.

I am in Geneva. Shall I check on the website from OCE ( Office cantonal d'emploi) or another?

Anybody knows the procedure and elements for the application? Thanks!
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Re: Apply for the allowance (indemnitÚs) for salary difference compare to last job?

Maybe you could ask your OCE advisor who can give you the exact figures?
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Re: Apply for the allowance (indemnitÚs) for salary difference compare to last job?

AFAIK, the new salary must be lower than unemployment benefits, not lower than the previous salary.

In this case, you must report it to your "RAV" advisor who will give you forms to return to the Kasse. Compensation is worked out according to the difference, and the number of days' entitlement is extended.
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