The tripartite agreement, which on Sunday concluded about salary, companies may send employees home, is not enough. It says a wide range of parties - including the Left.
the Agreement is a big help for business, but it does enough for small businesses and self-employed, who from Monday can look forward to a big drop in earnings.
- It is a good aid package and it is excellent that the social partners shall meet on this way.
- But it does not help for the many self-employed and sole traders. I hope that the next shot in the bøssen, is to them, says the president of the Left Jakob Ellemann-Jensen.
Sunday's deal gives companies that are facing having to lay off over 30% of its employees or more than 50 employees, the opportunity to recoup 75 percent of their salary, if they leave with the guys.
It will cost the state billions. And if you also lets small businesses and self-employed persons drawing salary from the state, it will become even more expensive.
But it is worth the money, believe Left.
- It is a lot of money, we are talking about. But if the same people are in a arbejdsløshedskø off on Monday, so it becomes even more expensive for Denmark.
- Hairdressers, painters, and other self-standing and has no customers in the morning. It is important that something is done for them soon, says Jakob Ellemann-Jensen, and continues:
- of Course, we must be financially responsible. But it is also to be financially responsible to hold the hand under the labour market in this very serious situation.
From the other side of the Parliament, says the party, too, that may help to the small trader.
- all of us have paid tax and worked hard, and now we all have a helping hand. It applies to both companies and employees.
- But the government is missing something both for those who have been fyresedlen, and some of the so-called precarious workers. This is particularly true of very small firms, freelancers and enkeltpersonvirksomheder, write the party's political leader, Pernille Skipper, in a comment.
the Liberal Alliance president, Alex Vanopslagh, writing on Twitter:
- Excellent tripartite agreement, which takes care of challenges for the employees. The urgency, however, with solutions for the many small self-employed people who are facing bankruptcy.