Benefit allowance allowance for 1., 2. and 3. day of life (Gs)
In accordance with section 84 (4). 10, section 90 a (3). 3, section 91, paragraph. 3, § 101 and § 102, in the Act of Unemployment Insurance, etc., cf. Law Order no. 994 of 8. In August 2007, after negotiation with the Employment Board the following :
§ 1. For "g Days" is understood in this notice 1., 2. and 3. Day of the day. One "G-day" is one lethday.
Stk. 2. An employer must pay a daily allowance allowance for 1., 2. and 3. lediation day to a member of a box if the member
1) has been an employee as a salary receiver, and
2) member either be returned or terminated as a result of termination, job termination, termination of time-specific employment, temporary suspension and similar.
Stk. 3. The work end is understood in this notice that the employer no longer has a duty to pay wages, and the Member is no longer obliged to do work for the employer. There is also an end to work if the employer and member are released from the employment relationship for a period of time after which the employment relationship is resumed.
Stk. 4. An employer has to pay for G days if the member, in the last four weeks, has been employed by the employer to a degree that corresponds to full collective bargaining work for two weeks. If the working time of a member cannot be considered as a control label, the working time of the week shall be calculated by the rules on the application of supplementary benefits.
Stk. 5. The period to which employment is to be in, cf. paragraph 4. Extending the period of absence, e.g. due to illness, vacation, contractual holidays, search holidays, conflict, or participation in the course of the appointment.
Stk. 6. An employer shall pay no more than a G day 16 times to the same member for a calendar year. This includes payments for the times where the employer only pays for half a day.
Stk. 7. The payment for a G day is an income for an income. No holiday allowance shall be calculated, deducted labor contributions, ATP or the amount of the Special Pension savings of the payment for a day of the Grid.
§ 2. A member's Gage is the 3 first regular (s). working days after the Member has been relieved if the member has been in full employment on the day of the resignation. If the member has not been in full employment on this day and has not had full collective bargaining work during the calendar week, the day is for termination of 1 unemployment day.
section 3. An employer must pay 7 ,4/37 of the highest daily monetary amount for a week, cf. Section 47 in the law on unemployment insurance, etc., per G day to a member who's available for more than four hours on the G-day. If the member is free for four hours or less on the day of the G day, the amount of the payment shall be half of the said amount, cf. however, section 4.
section 4. An employer must pay for a half day if a member has been discharged for 4 hours or less. If a member has been discharged for more than four hours, but not over 7.4 hours, an employer has to pay for an entire Gday. If a member has been discharged for more than 7.4 hours, but not over 1,4 hours, an employer must pay for a whole and a half day. If a member has been repatriate for more than 1,4 hours, but not over 14.8 hours, an employer must pay for 2 whole G days. If a member has been discharged for more than 14.8 hours, but not more than 18.8 hours, an employer shall pay 2 whole and a half days. If a member has been discharged for more than 18.8 hours, an employer must pay 3 whole G days. However, when a member is discharged, an employer shall not pay for more than one G day per day. work day for the same repatriation.
Stk. 2. An employer should not pay for g days when a member is repatriable if the member
1) is full-time insured and in the calendar week have been drunk contractual working time on the employer, or
2) is part-time insured and in the calendar week for 30 hours in the employer.
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§ 5. One employer must pay for G days if a member is subject to a division of labor. The payment amounts to 7 ,4/37 of the highest daily allowance for one week per week. G-day per. declared or approved work distribution.
Section 6. An employer should not pay for G days to a member when
1) before putting an end to a written offer of continued employment corresponding to contractual pay and employment conditions at the same time ; employer,
2) the employer is out of order to pay due to bankruptcy or payeing,
3) dismissal / work termination is mainly attributable to the member,
4) the work termination due to strike or lockout or lockout at the company, or if the work termination is necessary because of the strike or lockout at another company,
5) work termination is due to force majeure
6) Member is in full employment of another employer during the G days,
7) member in connection with the end of the hire is getting a sickness benefits or a holiday in the days of the thong,
8) member is a civil servant and is transferred to on-call time,
9) has been a substitute for a paro-law post if the occupation has been at least 3 for law-making or nursery law ; months, or
10) member has in the field of employment with a public subsidy to pay for the active employment effort.
Stk. 2. The Gs are not payable for Gs to a member that is party fisherman. A party fisherman means a fisherman who has received a salary with a share of the net profits and as
1) either not fishing with own tools ; and / or
2) is not part owner of the kutter that the member is working on.
Believe and lovemaking and payment time
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