Обрат с болничните. Работодателите доволни

    Една дългоочаквана от всички работодатели промяна с болничните е напът да се реализира.

    Фирмите ще плащат само първите два дни от болничните, а не три, както досега – това ще бъде заложено в проектобюджета на Държавното обществено осигуряване за 2024 година, съобщи БНР, позовавайки се на участници в провелата се вчера работна среща на ръководствата на КНСБ и Конфедерация на труда „Подкрепа“ с премиера Николай Денков и финансовия министър Асен Василев.

    Предвижда се и повишение на така наречена вдовишка добавка, която сега е 26,5 на сто от пенсията на починалия съпруг/съпруга.

    Задължението на работодателите да изплащат първите три дни болнични беше въведено като временна антикризисна мярка през 2010-а година, но продължава да се прилага.

    Работодателят покрива 70% от среднодневното брутно възнаграждение за месеца, а от четвъртия ден нататък от НОИ институт плаща 80%.

    Вече стана ясно, че за догодина ще се заложи 5 на сто реален  ръст на заплатите и 10 на сто увеличение на пенсиите по швейцарското правило.

    Радваме се, че се доверявате на за всички актуални новини

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