Eurofound's EU PolicyWatch collates information on the responses of government and social partners to the COVID-19 crisis, the war in Ukraine, rising inflation, as well as gathering examples of company practices aimed at mitigating the social and economic impacts.
Overview of measures by target group – category: Workers
Eurofound has identified 3 measures for this target group. Most of these measures fall into the category Income protection beyond short-time work (67%).
Income protection beyond short-time work
|15 April 2020 Updated||
Temporary compensation scheme for self-employed
Denmark, Legislations or other statutory regulations
|09 April 2020 Updated||
COVID-19 indemnity for self-employed, economically dependent workers and employees
Italy, Legislations or other statutory regulations
Promoting the economic, labour market and social recovery
|23 October 2021||
Support plan for the self-employed
France, Legislations or other statutory regulations
30 January 2023
Governments across the EU continue to implement policies to support citizens and businesses in the face of rising food and energy prices caused by the COVID-19 crisis and intensified by the war in Ukraine. This article summarises the policy responses as reported in Eurofound's EU PolicyWatch database from January to September 2022.Article
12 September 2022
Although the worldwide pandemic situation had already disrupted supply chains and triggered increases in energy and food prices in 2021, the situation deteriorated in 2022 with the Russian invasion of Ukraine.Article
12 September 2022
This article summarises the first policy responses that governments across the EU have started to implement to support companies affected by the rising prices, and those with commercial ties to Ukraine, Russia or Belarus.Article
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