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Reminder: The hiring aid for SMEs in France comes to an end

04 May 2017

dispositif embauche petite et moyenne entreprises

In order to boost employment, in January 2016 the Government introduced a € 4,000 bonus scheme for small and medium-sized enterprises. Named “Embauche PME”, this bonus was originally scheduled to end on 31 December 2016.

But because of its success, the government initially announced its prorogation in the year 2017. It had then changed back, granting only a survival of 6 months to this device.

Accordingly, in the absence of any new communication on this subject, the aid for hiring small and medium-sized enterprises will end on 30 June 2017. In other words, only employment contracts which begin on or before that date may give rise to the payment of l Irrespective of the date of their signature.

In order to qualify, employers must submit an application for assistance to the Service and Payment Agency within 6 months of the start of the employment contract and then send him, each quarter and by dematerialized means, a certificate Justifying the presence of the employee in the company.

Reminder: the “SME hiring” bonus is aimed at companies with fewer than 250 employees who, through a fixed-term contract or fixed-term contract of 6 months or more (including professional contracts), recruit an employee whose The gross monthly remuneration does not exceed 1,3 Smic, ie 1,924.39 € for 35 hours of work per week.

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