The daily amount of earnings subject to premium that will be taken as a base in the minimum wage support is increased from 110,00 TRY to 120,00 TRY. Also the base amount is increased from 164,70 TRY to 180,00 TRY in the unionized workplaces.
Also, as per SSI Circular 2018/20; the due support amounts related to January, February, March, April, which are not refunded yet, will be set off from the May premium debts of employer at one time. In case not all the support amount is setoff, the remaining will be set off from the next month’s debts.
As is known, employers were receiving daily 3,33 TRY premium refund throughout 2017 for each worker whose wage (earnings subject to premium) were notified under daily gross 110,00 TRY (monthly gross 3.300,00 TL) in 2016, and for each personnel employed in new enterprises established / registered within 2017.
Now with the Cabinet Decree, 2018/11668, issued in the Official Gazette on 20th June 2018; between January and September 2018, employers will be receiving daily 3,33 TRY premium refund throughout 2018 for each worker whose wage (earnings subject to premium) were notified under daily gross 120,00 TRY (monthly gross 3.600,00 TRY) in 2017. The daily base amount for unionized workplaces will be 180,00 TRY (monthly 5.400,00 TRY).
|IN NON-UNIONIZED WORKPLACES||IN UNIONIZED WORKPLACES|
|Daily Earning Upper Limit||120,00||180,00|
|Monthly Earning Upper Limit||3.600,00||5.400,00|
|Amount to be multiplied by Total Premium Covered Days||3,33||3,33|
WHO CANNOT BENEFIT FROM THE SUPPORT?
A - Employers who;
- do not submit their Monthly Premium and Service Documents and do not pay the premiums in time,
- in the investigations and inspections performed by the officers authorized with audits and checks, are found to be not notified the employed personnel as insured or the notified insured is not working virtually,
- did not pay the premium, administrative fine and delay penalty debts to Institution (SSI), cannot be benefiting from the above incentives
- The amounts covered by Treasury will be collected back with delay fine and default interest from the establishments who are found out to be dealing with fictitious transaction, in order to benefit from incentives.