Special financial circumstances in various countries
Other social benefits include special benefits e.g., unemployment benefits for non-insured, support toward the payment of relocation costs in Denmark, support for servicemen in Finland, assistance to nationals living abroad, and support toward payment of non-recurrent expenses.
Denmark, Faroe Islands and Iceland
Non-insured unemployed people who do not qualify for unemployment benefits may, under certain circumstances, be entitled to financial social assistance in the event of unemployment.
Non-insured unemployed people are entitled to a special benefit under the labour market legislation – and often also to supplementary financial social assistance.
Unemployment insurance is compulsory, which means that everyone who becomes unemployed and has complied with the previous income requirement is entitled to unemployment benefits.
Under the labour market legislation, non-insured unemployed people are entitled to a special benefit – and, often, also to supplementary financial social assistance.