On Thursday, Minister of Labor and Social Affairs Jana Maláčová (ČSSD) will submit to the government a proposal to introduce a crisis nursing allowance of 80 percent of the earnings base. It will also propose the renewal of the wage compensation allow for people in isolation and quarantine. The minister informed about it on her twitter. In order for the changes to take effect, they would still have to be approved by the Senate and signed by the President after the government and the House. Maláčová stated that it is possible to start paying wage contributions from the Antivirus program if necessary. The government decides on the launch.
“I am proposing to the government a proposal for a crisis nursing 80 percent and an Isolator – a contribution to compensation for wages in quarantine or isolation,” Maláčová wrote. She mentioned that her office had prepared a proposal for a crisis nursing home at the end of September. “And if necessary, we can quickly launch another Antivirus regime,” the minister added on Thursday.
Maláčová submitted a proposal to introduce a higher nursing school for a longer period in case of school closure shortly before the election. The Cabinet and the former Chamber of Deputies had a week to adopt and discuss it, due to the set deadlines it was not possible to approve the standard.
According to the September version of the amendment, the receipt of nursing allowance was to be extended from nine days for the entire period of quarantine at the ordered closure of classes or schools. Sickness insurance benefits were to rise from 60 to 80 percent of the reduced earnings base. The daily amount should not be less than 400 crowns. Nursing allowance would not be provided for holidays or director’s leave. People who would take care of disabled relatives after a possible ordered closure of hospitals and other social services would also receive crisis nursing. The so-called conciliators should also be entitled to the money. Similar rules applied in the last and previous school year. Maláčová proposed crisis nursing in September by the end of the first school semester, the higher benefit was to be paid back from September.
The contribution to the compensation of wages for people in isolation and quarantine, which Maláčová calls “isolator”, was paid from March to the end of June. Up to 370 crowns per day were paid to compensate for 60 percent of the reduced income. But with this bonus, people were not allowed to receive more than 90 percent of their average earnings. The money is sent by the employer in the first 14 days. He then deducted the expenses for the contribution from social contributions.
Antivirus now only pays contributions to quarantine wages. This support, marked with the letter A, represents 80 percent of the paid wage compensation up to 39 thousand crowns. The A + contribution used to reimburse entire wages with contributions of up to 50,000 crowns in operations that the government ordered to close due to the epidemic. Contribution B matched 60 percent of wage compensation to 29,000 crowns due to a reduction in production and services due to a shortage of demand, personnel or raw materials.
A tripartite agreement agreed in mid-October to restore B’s contribution to the automotive industry due to production cuts following a supply outage. But the government did not decide on support.
Source: Tyden.cz by www.tyden.cz.
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