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Remaining Chomage Balance

Hi All,

I have been on the chomage in Geneva for 13 months but have managed to find a new job starting beginning of September. Does anyone know what happens to the balance I still have on the chomage (5 months)?

Once I start working again does the chomage start to 'build up' again just incase anything happens in the future?

Any feedback would be greatly appreciated!
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As far as I know it sits there for a year before the clock resets. So if you lose your job before the year is out you'd only have 5 months of unemployment benefit left.
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Hi All,

I have been on the chomage in Geneva for 13 months but have managed to find a new job starting beginning of September. Does anyone know what happens to the balance I still have on the chomage (5 months)?

Once I start working again does the chomage start to 'build up' again just incase anything happens in the future?

Any feedback would be greatly appreciated!
A rahemnfrist lasts 2 years, any unemployment during those 2 years will be paid out at the rate from the beginning.

As you start working now, once you have worked for 12 months you would be entitled to a new rahemnfrist as your old rahemnfrist will have expired.
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As far as I know it sits there for a year before the clock resets. So if you lose your job before the year is out you'd only have 5 months of unemployment benefit left.
Thanks for your reply!

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A rahemnfrist lasts 2 years, any unemployment during those 2 years will be paid out at the rate from the beginning.

As you start working now, once you have worked for 12 months you would be entitled to a new rahemnfrist as your old rahemnfrist will have expired.
Many thanks!

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