Covid 19 France: Homeworkers and March pay

Many cleaners who usually work in the home of a member of the public will have been obliged to stop work

Special measures are in place for members of the public who employ someone in their French home for a regular service and whose employee could not work all their hours in March due to Covid-19.

So-called particuliers employeurs, who employ people for work such as gardening, cleaning or childcare using the Cesu or Pajemploi systems are being invited to take advantage of financial aids to help with disruptions last month.

These were widespread, as during Covid-19 confinement people are not meant to go out to work in someone else’s home apart from for childcare or to 'help vulnerable people', while respecting all the usual preventative advice (washing hands regularly, avoiding unnecessary physical contact, coughing into one's crooked elbow or a single-use tissue,  etc).

Exceptionally, particuliers employeurs also have until April 15 this month to make their declarations ...

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