Crisis help information for economic operators

Crisis help information for economic operators

Tallinn city crisis measures for economic operators (Aid Package 4, 13  Januar 2021)

Aid measures in detail (pdf)
Amendment to Tallinn City Government Regulation No. 31 of 22 October 2020 

Additional information: respective city office that signed the contract


On 22 October 2020, the Tallinn City Government approved the Tallinn city business environment aid measures to mitigate the negative impact of the state of emergency. The aid measures are primarily aimed at economic operators that have contractual relationships with the city or that affect the local government operations.

On 21 December 2020, the Tallinn City Government approved the Tallinn city business environment aid measures to mitigate the negative impact of the state of emergency. 
The concessions of Aid Package 2 shall remain in force until the end of April 2021. The new aid package provides the possibility to also grant concessions outside of the City Centre.

Tallinn city crisis measures for economic operators (Aid Package 3, 21 December 2020)

Comparative table of modifications

The Tallinn City Enterprise Centre continues providing free business and employment rights counselling. Don’t hesitate to contact us!

 

National crisis measures for economic operators  Compensation Measures (pdf)

Unemployment Insurance Fund’s crisis measure

Salary grant

The Unemployment Insurance Fund reimburses labour costs to those employers in Harju County and Ida-Viru County whose activities have been significantly disrupted in the period from 28 December 2020 to 31 January 2021 due to extraordinary circumstances.

For additional information contact the Unemployment Insurance Fund

 

KredEx crisis measures

The aid is directed at undertakings whose difficulties are caused by the coronavirus crisis.

 

Useful links

Government of the Republic webpage on the state of emergency in Estonia – all answers are here, incl. all measures implemented by the government

Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications frequently asked questions regarding the coronavirus. This webpage displays a regularly updated list of frequently asked questions and answers. If you cannot find an answer there, write to covid19@mkm.ee.

Eesti.ee – helps economic operators in the state of emergency

Health Board – instructions for all residents concerning health

Police and Border Guard Board – information on labour force movement and other information on the state of emergency

Labour Inspectorate – recommendations for employers and employees

Working life portal – detailed instructions concerning work law

Consumer Protection and Technical Regulatory Authority – frequently asked questions during the state of emergency

Tourist information portal administered by the EAS tourism development centre Puhka Eestisshares crisis advice to tourism entrepreneurs

Labour force sharing

Unemployment Insurance Fund has created a possibility for mediating temporary jobs to connect employers who currently need people and job seekers whose work options at their main position are limited at the moment

www.shareforceone.ee work sharing platform helps with the Unemployment Insurance Fund to connect the companies whose workers are currently without work and those companies that are short of workers

 

Support from communities and volunteers

www.vabatahtlikud.ee connects those in need of help with volunteers

https://kogukondaitab.ee (in Estonian, Russian and English) connects those needing help with volunteers

#seljadkokku is a platform created by Delfi and Tallinn for anyone in need of help, looking for work and offering work

Information is continuously updated!

 

Last updated: 02.03.2021