Extension Benefits Of Art. 5 The Law October 29, 2003 # 137

Original Language Title: Estensione Dei Benefici Di Cui All'art. 5 Della Legge 29 Ottobre 2003 N. 137

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Microsoft Word - D092-2007.doc SAN MARINO We the Captains Regent of the Most Serene Republic of San Marino Having regard to Article 4 of the Constitutional Law no.185 / 2005 and Article 6 of Qualified Law n.186 / 2005; Promulgate and publish the following ordinary law approved by the Great and General Council at its meeting of 19 July 2007. 30 July 2007 Ranked # 92 LAW EXTENSION OF BENEFITS IN ART. 5 THE LAW October 29, 2003 N. 137 Art. 1 Article 5 of the law 29 October 2003 n. 137, is replaced by: "Art.5 (Parental leave) In the first eight years of a child's life each parent, alternatively, has the right to take time off work, in the case of children's illness certified by the attending physician, according to the times and manner specified below, namely: 1) for the duration of the disease, without pay, if the child is younger than three years; 2) up to five days without pay per year, if the child has aged between three and eight years. The less than eight years of the child's illness, which result in hospitalization, stops the running of the holiday period or leave entitlement from the part of the parent. For the enjoyment of leave provided for in this Article, the mother or father they are required to provide a declaration that the other parent is not in abstaining from work on the same days for the same reason. The resident parent, and even custodial, which plays an occupational activity, be it from employment to self-employment, or, alternatively, the family resident who routinely takes care of severe bearer permanent or temporary disability, or the bearer of serious illness in childhood or old age-related temporary that, according to the special protocol drawn up by the Executive Committee of the ISS, needs to accompany activities, have the right to be absent from work for up to three days a month, not cumulative over the year, or, exceptionally, the equivalent in hours Relate for weekly working time, as an unpaid special permit. The demands of the special paid leave in accordance with the foregoing procedure shall be made at least three days in advance, except in cases of proven urgency. 2 The conditions set out in the fourth paragraph must be certified - for the first time - by the Directorate of Hospital and Specialist Services, feel the specialist departments concerned to the extent applicable, submit applications by the Tax Doctor who, verified the existence of the requirements, release the necessary authorization. Charges relating to special paid leave in favor of the beneficiary families are attributed to the "Cash payment Family Allowance" of the ISS, with anticipation of the employer to be recovered by deduction from the contributions due in the current month. The special permit will be paid at 100% of the net pay to the employee and 100% of the income declared or assessed in the previous year, compared to 365 days for the self-employed. Special regulation of the Executive Committee of the ISS will govern how to best obtain special permits referred to above and the method of calculation for the payment into the self-employed with the provisions of the preceding paragraph for the lack of income declared or found in the reference year or the impossibility of applying to it the 365-day relationship with the same methods and procedures, the right to be absent from work for up to three days a month, not cumulative over the year, or the equivalent in hours Relate for weekly working time, as a special paid leave is extended to the employee carrier of a severe permanent disability. ". Art. 2 This law comes into force on the fifteenth day following that of its publication. Our Residence, this day of July 30 2007/1706 THE CAPTAINS REGENT Alessandro Rossi - Alessandro Mancini THE SECRETARY OF STATE FOR INTERNAL AFFAIRS Valeria Ciavatta