We have informed you that one year incentive-deprivation period of employers, who are found not notified the employed personnel as insured, or the notified insured is not working virtually (insured falsely), is shortened to one month according to additional article14 of Law No. 5510 which is added by article 17 of Law No. 6824 issued in Official Gazette numbered 30001, dated 8th March 2017.
As there are so many incentives, supports and deductions in Turkey’s application, questions aroused about which of them are in the scope of the new arrangement. Now with the SSI Circular No.2017/18 issued on 11 April 2017 the matter is clarified.
WORKPLACES, INCENTIVES AND SUPPORTS IN THE SCOPE OF THE LAW
Employers/Workplaces liable to incentive ban
- Employers who are detected to be employing unregistered personnel (not notified the employed as insured), or in case the personnel is falsely notified as insured (not working virtually)
- In case the number of unregistered or falsely registered personnel is exceeding 1% of total registered personnel in the workplace, (and more than five if it doesn’t exceed 1%)
- Employers cannot benefit from the below stated incentives for one month in the first detection, and in case the employers continue to employ unregistered personnel within the following 3 years they will be devoid of premium incentives for a period of one year each time they are detected to be doing so.