Ministry of Labor, Social Affairs and Family (17.07.2020) The unemployment benefit period is extended to those insured persons whose 6-month unemployment benefit period would have expired during the crisis situation related to the spread of COVID-19, ie since the declaration of the emergency on 12 March 2020.
Ministry of Labor, Social Affairs and Family (17.07.2020) In times of crisis, we are extending parental allowance to parents who lost their entitlement to it in March 2020 and later, have no job to return to, and have no other income. We will pay him until the end of the emergency. The parental allowance will be paid in the same amount as it was provided, until the end of the crisis situation.
Ministry of Labor, Social Affairs and Family (17.07.2020) Parents are entitled to pandemic nursing who, during a crisis situation (from 12 March 2020 until its end) related to the spread of Covid-19: treat a sick child up to the age of 16, provide personal and full-time care for a child under 11 years of age, or 18 years of age with a long-term unfavorable health condition.
Ministry of Labor, Social Affairs and Family (16.07.2020) If you are an employee and you have been confirmed temporary incapacity for work due to ordered quarantine or isolation, you contact the attending physician (by phone or e-mail), who will confirm your temporary incapacity for work due to quarantine or isolation on the prescribed form and send him to the Social Insurance Agency. From the first day of temporary incapacity for work, in cases where quarantine or isolation has been ordered (employee, SZČO, voluntarily insured person), the Social Insurance Agency will pay a benefit of 55%
Ministry of Labor, Social Affairs and Family (16.07.2020) Waiving the payment of social insurance premiums for April 2020 applies to employers and compulsorily insured self-employed persons (SZČO) who in April 2020 had at least one closed operation for at least 15 calendar days. This applies to employers only in the part of the premium paid by the employer. The waiver of the premium, which is deducted from the employee by the employer and he is also obliged to pay it, the waiver of the obligation to pay the premium does not apply.
Ministry of Labor, Social Affairs and Family (16.07.2020) In order to mitigate the economic impact on premium payers during the COVID-19 crisis, an amendment to the Social Insurance Act was adopted, introducing a deferral of social insurance premiums, including compulsory contributions to old-age pension savings.
Ministry of Labor, Social Affairs and Family (14.04.2020) The Government of the Slovak Republic approved the first aid to employees, entrepreneurs and self-employed persons in reducing the negative impacts resulting from the current emergency measures on 31 March 2020 and its amendment on 14 April. The measure is in place.
The aid amount is 80% of employee's average earnings, in the maximum amount of EUR 1,100 for an employee who cannot work due to an obstacle on the part of the employer.
The Slovak Spectator (01.07.2015) Parliament overruled President Andrej Kiska’s veto of a bill introducing a minimum pension, thereby adopting the amendment to the Social Insurance Act in its original form and without taking Kiska’s objections into account.