Does anyone hired via CLT lose Emergency Aid?


Unfortunately, we are not going through a phase that is considered very good these last few days, since we are living through a pandemic that was caused by the new coronavirus, and the whole world is being harmed more and more.

This same pandemic was also responsible for causing layoffs in large numbers, thus causing more and more people to be unemployed across the country.


It has also caused many companies to be unable to hire new employees, but even though this is happening with great frequency, there are still those people who managed to get hired somehow.

If you are one of the people who are interested in understanding whether people who are hired through the CLT lose emergency aid, know that this is the right article for you to find the answer to your questions.

What is emergency aid?

For those people who do not have knowledge, emergency aid is a benefit that was created by the Federal Government, in which its main objective.

It is to offer a kind of help to those people/families who have suffered an unforeseen event or who are being harmed in some way during the period of pandemic and social isolation that we are currently experiencing.

The idea of the project, to offer this financial help, even if it is a low amount, has helped many families around the country.

In which, according to data that were announced by Caixa Econômica Federal, more than 41 million Brazilians have already received this same aid, which presents the value of R$600.00.

Who is allowed to receive emergency aid?

Emergency aid is mainly indicated for those people who are currently unemployed, but those who are individual contributors to the INSS, are self-employed, individual micro-entrepreneurs, or are informal workers can also have access to the benefit.

However, what is very important to remember is the simple fact that those people who are already receiving some benefit cannot be receiving, let alone requesting, emergency aid.

There are some requirements that must be remembered, which once presented, the approval of your request, can be accepted with greater ease. Among these same requirements are the following:

  • Be registered in CadÚnico, or register through the website or application;
  • Receive up to R$552.50 (half a minimum wage) per person in the family;
  • Or receive up to R$3,125.00 (3 minimum wages) as total family income;
  • Be over 18 years old;
  • Not having a formal job;
  • Not having an income greater than R$28,559.70 in 2018.

But what does it mean? Well, that means that those people who meet the requirements mentioned above can have their request accepted more easily.

Who signs the contract loses emergency aid?

Well, as soon as you sign a contract with a company, you no longer have the right to use the benefit in question, for the simple reason that, as mentioned earlier.

Only those people who are unemployed, who are self-employed, individual micro-entrepreneurs, or are informal workers can also access the benefit.

That is, the right thing to do is to cancel access to the benefit of that person who has been hired by a company, since he will no longer be unemployed.

One very important thing to remember is that even before the pandemic arrived in Brazil, our country had already gone through several financial difficulties.

Which means, just make the request if you really need the amount offered (which is worth R$600.00), because besides you, there may also be other people in need of the amount.

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