From July 15, 2020, Decree 61/2020 / ND-CP has officially taken effect and amended Decree 28/2015 / ND-CP on unemployment insurance. Accordingly, the regulations were amended and supplemented on how to identify "have a job" of employees to terminating receiving unemployment benefits, specifically as follows:
Therefore, Decree 61/2020 / ND-CP has changed and expanded cases where employees are determined to have jobs to terminate entitlement to unemployment allowance. However, the period of payment of unemployment insurance premium for which employees are not entitled to unemployment allowance will be reserved as a basis for calculating the period of entitlement to unemployment allowance for the next time when they meet the prescribed conditions, except for cases where the employees have got jobs but not real Notification is currently made to terminate entitlement to unemployment allowance as regulated.
The retention period is calculated by the total time of paying unemployment insurance premiums minus the time of payment of unemployment insurance entitlement, according to the principle of each month of enjoying unemployment allowance equivalent to 12 months of paying unemployment insurance premiums and subtracting the odd months of unresolved unemployment insurance entitlement within decision on entitlement to unemployment allowance (if any).