Act Amending The Act On Sickness Benefits (Amendment Of The Employment Requirement, The Abolition Of The Right To Sick Pay On Public Holidays, Etc.) Reprinted Definitive Series

Original Language Title: Act amending the Act on Sickness Benefits (Amendment of employment requirement, the abolition of the right to sick pay on public holidays, etc.) Omtryk

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Act amending the Act on Sickness Benefits (Amendment of the employment requirement, the abolition of the right to sick pay on public holidays, etc.) WE, Margrethe the Second, by the Grace of God Queen of Denmark, hereby proclaim: The Folketing has passed and we have given our Royal Assent to the following Act: section 1 of Law No. 563 of 9 June 2006 on sickness benefits, as amended, inter alia, to article 1 of the Law No. 1545 of 20 December 2006, article 1 of Law No. 480 of 12 June 2009 at the latest § 2 of the Law No. 701 of 25th June 2010, is amended as follows: 1. In section 13 paragraph. 1, the following second paragraph: "In the follow-up should always take due account of the patient's health condition." 2. section 13 paragraph. 4, read: "Paragraph. 4. That all follow-ups kept an individual interview as. However paragraph. 5 and 6. The follow-up may be made by telephone, the "digitally or by mail if the sick person's health situation 1) ice deemed unproblematic and return full time occurs within 14 days from the time the call is to take place, 2) the sick person is in victim's or 3) the ill person is incapacitated and partially traslate has resumed work on a party. "3. In section 13 after paragraph. 4 new subsections: "Paragraph. 5. If the disease prevents an individual interview as. Paragraphs. 4, the follow-up by telephone, "digitally or by letter. PCS. 6. If serious illness prevents any contact with the ill person, going on the follow-up ' without any contact with the ill person (standby). "Paragraph. 5 becomes paragraph. 7.4. In article 24 the following paragraph. 3 pieces. 3. In calculating sick pay periods following paragraph. 1 counted also not public holidays. ' 5. In § 25 paragraph. 2, the words ' section 24 paragraph. 2 ': ' section 24 paragraph. 2 and 3 '. 6. In § 32 paragraph. 1 pt 1, the words "13 weeks" two weeks "and" 26 "120 hours ' replaced by ' 240 hours '. 7. In § 32 paragraph. 2, the words ' the 13-week period "two" 26-week period. "8. In § 50 paragraph. 3 and § 52 paragraph. 2, the term ' per. "two" per day. Today, only. However, section 107 '. 9. In paragraph 51, first paragraph, The words ' been ill "for" been sick, see. However, section 107 '. 10. the Following section 53 is inserted in Chapter 18: "section 53 (a). (A) the person is not entitled two sick pay for public holidays. "§ 2 paragraph 1. This Act shall enter into force on 2 July 2012, see. However paragraph. 2 pcs. 2. section 13 paragraph. 1 and 4-6 of the Act on sickness benefit as amended or worded in section 1, no.1-3, will enter into force on 3 January 2011. § 3 Subsection. 1. § 32 paragraph. 1 pt. 1 and § 32 paragraph. 2 of the Law on sickness benefit as amended in section 1, no. 6 and 7, shall not apply to cases of illness, where the first day of absence is before July 2, 2012. These illnesses are treated under the current rules. PCS. 2. Notwithstanding section 24 paragraph. 3 of the Act on sickness benefits included public holidays ice before July 2, 2012, the calculation of the sick pay period according to § 24 paragraph. 1 or § 25 paragraph. 1 of the Act on sickness benefits. Given to Christiansborg Palace, December 21, 2010 Under Our Royal Hand and Seal Margrethe r./Inger Støjberg

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