Basic Unemployment Allowance
The Basic Unemployment Allowance is paid for persons who meet the condition regarding previous employment but do not belong to an unemployment fund. The allowance is paid for a maximum of 500 days. If you are still unemployed when the allowance runs out you can claim Labour Market Subsidy.
The Basic Unemployment Allowance is a flat-rate benefit. Your earned income during unemployment have an effect on the allowance.
If you are dismissed for business or production related reasons, you can be paid Basic Unemployment Allowance at a higher rate. The transition assistance consists of an employment programme supplement and an increment.