It is not necessary to pay a minimum social contribution for an employee suspended from work

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The employer will not be obliged to pay the minimum social contribution for an employee who is sent out of service due to his own fault or suspended from work, the government decided.

We are talking about workers who cannot provide a covid certificate necessary to carry out their direct work duties, the Ministry of Welfare explained.

The employer now has the right to send unvaccinated employees to idle time or suspend from work.

At the same time, idle time due to the fault of an employee who refuses compulsory vaccination, or his suspension in the public sector is not paid.
But private employers have room for maneuvers, according to the Ministry of Blag.


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