A financial aid measure, the Gozo Teleworking Scheme, has been launched, aimed at encouraging teleworking facilities to Gozitan resident employees.
On 25 May, a new financial aid measure, the Gozo Teleworking Scheme, has been launched by the Ministry for Gozo. The aim of the measure is to encourage Malta-based businesses to offer teleworking facilities to Gozitan resident employees, thereby reducing their commuting time to Malta.
Employers offering such teleworking facilities may be eligible to receive:
The aid is limited to a maximum of 10 employees per employer in 2020.
Applications are open and must be submitted by 25 September 2020.
The terms and conditions are set in the Guidelines on the website of the Ministry for Gozo.
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