pf 3
Updated: 5/15/2020
pf 3
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  • The daily allowance in France , which starts on the 31st day after you no longer work, and for which fixed upperlimits apply, is 50% of the previous income (daily wage) (or 66.66% for insuredpersons with three children)
  • The Sickness Benefits Act lasts up to three years in France and is paid by the health insurance fund. All French employees are entitled to the statutory sickness benefit if they are insured with the Social Securité.
  • There is a right tosicknes benefit if the employee has paid the con-tribution to the healthinsurance fund and if he / she has paid the hours worked during the referenceperiod.
  • The sickness benefit in the Netherlands is usually 70% of the daily wage. This is the wage that you earned on averageper day in the year before you fell ill. In special situations, the sicknessbenefit can be higher than 70% of the daily wage.
  • you can have a maximum of 2 years to be entitled to the sickness benefit. You will receive your first payment no later than 6 months after your absence from work.
  • If you have an employer, you are usually compulsorily insured for sickness. Do you get sick? In most cases, your employer will continue to pay your wages and you are not entitled to sickness benefit.
  • In special situations you are still entitled to sickness benefits: you are covered by the no-risk policy, you fall ill during pregnancy or childbirth, and you fall ill through organ donation.
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