Apply for the payment online in the TE Services e-service for personal customers. The application for payment of start-up grant is made one month at a time in arrears. The application must be submitted within two months from the end of the payment period.
KEHA Center pays the start-up grant twice a month. The payout days fall in the middle of the month and at the end of the month. If your payment application does not reach the first payment date of the month, it is automatically transferred to the following. Applications for payment of start-up grant are processed within seven working days from the time the application is received. You can follow the processing of your application in the e-service.
The salary information submitted by the employers in the income register is used when paying start-up grant.
Payment for the pay subsidy is applied for the period chosen (=payment period 1, 2 or 3 months) in arrears. Make your application for payment no later than two months following the expiry of the payment period for the calendar month during which the payment period ends. Payment applications are processed within approximately three weeks from their arrival.
Apply for the payment with an online form in the TE Services e-services for employers.
Employment policy project support is TE Offices' discretionary funding support which is used for procuring services produced in a form of a project. KEHA Centre takes care of the support and advance payments.
Applying for employment policy project support was transferred to e-service in 2021. The advance and payment of the electronically applied employment policy project support is applied in the regional administration’s e-services in accordance with the funding support decision.
Payments for 2021 decisions will be made through a form procedure. The payment application is to be sent as an appendix to the general transaction form of the ELY Centre, directly to the registry of the TE Office that made the funding decision or by mail to KEHA Centre payment unit.
Rehabilitative work activities is a service promoting employment. Its aim is to improve a person's work ability and functional capacities. Organisation of rehabilitative work activities is the responsibility of municipalities. KEHA Centre takes care of the handling of compensation applications for rehabilitative work activities.
The compensation application is applied in the regional administration’s e-services.
The KEHA-Centre pays allowances for individual customers to whom the TE Office or the trial municipality has decided to grant the right for the discretionary expense allowance.
Granting a discretionary expense allowance is part of a local government trial related to TE services, and it can be granted and paid for a fixed term between 1 March 2021 and 31 July 2023. The trials will end on 30 June 2023, by which time the decision on the discretionary expense allowance must be made at the TE Office or in the trial municipalities.