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Monday, August 12, 2019

SSS And DOLE Gives Assistance For Filipinos Who Lost Their Jobs


Did you just lost your job and worrying about where to get funds for your daily expenses? The government is now offering assistance through the Social Security System and the Department of Labor and Employment.



Did you just lost your job and worrying about where to get funds for your daily expenses? The government is now offering assistance through the Social Security System and the Department of Labor and Employment.         Ads     This is the new insurance program for workers who had been laid-off or terminated against their will. It seeks to help workers who lost their jobs and are in need of financial assistance.     Unemployed workers who can avail of the financial assistance program should be an SSS member, who has contributed for at least 36 months and not older than 60 years-old.  If the application is approved the SSS member can avail of 50% of his/her salary bracket.  The current salary bracket has Php2,000 minimum which requires Php80 contribution while the highest bracket is at Php20,000 with contribution of Php800.  So, for those who has minimum contribution, the unemployed worker can receive Php1,000 for two months while those with the maximum contribution can receive Php10,000.00 for two months.  “Short-term lang ito. Financial assistance during the time na nawalan sila ng trabaho,” an SSS official told ABS-CBN News.  Unemployed workers need to present two government IDs and a certification from the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE).  To get the certification from DOLE, an applicant must present a valid ID and a notice of termination from their employer to make sure that the loss of job was due to retrenchment, bankruptcy or redundancy. Ads          Sponsored Links    Unemployed workers need to present two government IDs and a certification from the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE).    Household workers and Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) can also avail the financial assistance as long as they get a certification from the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration.

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This is the new insurance program for workers who had been laid-off or terminated against their will. It seeks to help workers who lost their jobs and are in need of financial assistance.


Unemployed workers who can avail of the financial assistance program should be an SSS member, who has contributed for at least 36 months and not older than 60 years-old.

If the application is approved the SSS member can avail of 50% of his/her salary bracket.

The current salary bracket has Php2,000 minimum which requires Php80 contribution while the highest bracket is at Php20,000 with contribution of Php800.

So, for those who has minimum contribution, the unemployed worker can receive Php1,000 for two months while those with the maximum contribution can receive Php10,000.00 for two months.

“Short-term lang ito. Financial assistance during the time na nawalan sila ng trabaho,” an SSS official told ABS-CBN News.

Unemployed workers need to present two government IDs and a certification from the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE).

To get the certification from DOLE, an applicant must present a valid ID and a notice of termination from their employer to make sure that the loss of job was due to retrenchment, bankruptcy or redundancy.
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Unemployed workers need to present two government IDs and a certification from the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE).

Household workers and Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) can also avail the financial assistance as long as they get a certification from the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration.
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