The Cabinet decided how they would compensate Transcarpathians the single fee
The Cabinet approved the Procedure for compensation of the portion of the actual costs associated with the payment of a single fee for compulsory social insurance.
According to this procedure, the PFU must compensate an employer the actual costs in the amount of 50% of the charged single fee for compulsory social insurance for each person employed at a new job.
The Procedure applies to employers that, starting from 2013:
- Create new jobs and employ workers by entering into an employment contract;
- Within 12 calendar months from the date of entering into an employment contract with a person, employed at a new job, monthly pay out to such person the salary in the amount of not less than three minimum wages.
If the employer has complied with the requirements prescribed in this paragraph he is entitled to reimbursement of actual expenses in the amount of 50% of the charged single fee for compulsory social insurance for the next 12 calendar months, provided that the salary for the month of the single fee payment is not less than three minimum wages.
Payment of the compensation is carried out monthly based on the report within 12 calendar months after the end of the same period from the date of an employment contract with a person employed at a new job, by transferring funds from the separate account of the PFU to the employer's bank account specified in the certificate.
Source: Pravo na pravdu
9 October 2012 13:25