Paid social insurance premium after a period of interruption ?
The question of customer - In the working time, I closed adequate social insurance, unemployment insurance . When off work, I’m come to receive salaries and suggest get the social insurance book, but the accountants told do not need, whenever I go to work at other company, if I want closed social insurance , I’ll come to retrieve books.
But ever since I cease working so far , I don’t go to work and does not closed social insurance and unemployment insurance . So, now I’m come to company Minh get to receive social insurance book and continue to payment money.
Attorney advice Dragon law company.
According to clause 2 of Article 15 Law on Social Insurance, the employees be entitled to receive social insurance book when no longer working ,and the employer shall be obliged to pay social insurance book for workers when they no longer work specified in point c, Clause 1 of Article 18 Law on Social Insurance
From the legal grounds that we aforementioned, you are entitled to request make the company pay for your social insurance book.
The problems you ask associated with the social insurance payment . As stipulated in Article 2 of Decree No.190/2007/ND-CP dated 28-12-2007 of the Government guiding some articles of the Law social insurance on social insurance, and Part I of the circulars 02/2008/TT-BLDTBXH -dated 31-1-2008 of the Ministry of Labour - Invalids and Social Affairs guiding the implementation of some articles of Decree No.190/2007/ND-CP dated 28-12-2007 of the Government on subjects participants in voluntary social insurance. If the currently you have not working or have not yet signed any employment contract with a term of three full months with any employer who, you wishing to participate in voluntary social insurance, you may still be participation in voluntary social forms the legal basis that we aforementioned.
People joining were selected voluntary social insurance premiums and modes of payment in accordance with their income. The levels voluntary social insurance are calculated on the basis of monthly income on social insurance, but by the lowest with common minimum wage and the highest by 20 months common minimum wage.
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