According to the announcement made by SSI Istanbul Provincial Directorate of Social Security Institution, dated 09/11/2014, insurance entrance and termination notifications in the format of written documents required by Law for the limited liability company partners, and acting (commandite) partners of commandite companies of which capital divided into shares, the associates of joint - stock companies who are also member to board of directors, shall be deemed to be submitted within the legal period in the case that they are submitted until 12/11/2014 by the business enterprises, and administrative fine shall not be applied. Administrative fines applied to these obligations before, will be cancelled notwithstanding whether they become definite or not; however, the collected amounts cannot be returned, refused or set off.
Procedures carried out according to the social security contracts/agreements that Turkey enters into shall hereafter be performed as follows:
1- Periods less than one year
No monthly allowance will be granted in turkey for files with the following insured employment periods:
a) Less than 1 year for Albania, Austria, Belgium, the Czech Republic, France, Croatia, Canada, Quebec, Luxembourg, and Romania,
b) Less than 12 months for Azerbaijan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Denmark, Georgia, Macedonia and Norway,
c) Less than 12 months or 360 days for Switzerland,
d) Less than 360 days for TRNC,
e) Less than 180 days for the United Kingdom,
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Communique on the procedures and principles on Restructuring Some Public Receivables under Law No. 6552, for which millions of taxpayers have been waiting, is published in the Official Gazette. Taxpayers who want to benefit from the restructuring should apply to the institution that they are in debt to by the end of business day on December 1, 2014.
The General Communique of the Ministry of Finance on Restructuring Some Receivables under Law No. 6552 is published in the Official Gazette. With the aforementioned communique, procedures and principles regarding the application of the relevant articles of Law No. 6552 are established. For any receivable to be restructured under article No. 73 of Law No. 6552, the receivable should be definite and unpaid, and it should be due before or undue as of September 11, 2014, in which the law is published as per the communique which includes the regulations on cancellation of some public receivables that are followed by the collection services under the Ministry along with the restructuring of some receivables of metropolitan municipalities' water and sewerage administrations and municipalities and some public receivables under Law No. 6183 being followed by the collection services under Ministry of Finance.
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As is known Bag Law, in other words, the Law on Amending the Labor Act No. 6552 and Some Laws and Statutory Decrees and Restructuring Some Receivables dated September 10, 2014, was published in the Official Gazette no. 29116 (Repeated) dated September 11, 2014, and became effective.
As per article No. 81 of the aforementioned law, provisional article No. 60 was added to Social Securities and General Health Insurance Law No. 5510 and regarding the provisional article in question which entered into force as of September 11, 2014;
Bag Law made important amendments in many fields from labor law and tax law to social security and occupational health and safety. We will continue to share these amendments via our reports in detail in the upcoming days.
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One of the problems encountered in working life is the great number of amendments made to Legal Legislation. Working life becomes quite complex and hard to follow due to issues such as the amendment of articles in the law with the regulation and rearranging of amended articles with a circular or another law to be introduced. In this article, we will discuss the amendment of the article of Law No. 5510 which has been amended with the new legislation published in the Gazette, No. 28742 of 21.08.2013 by recently introduced Law No. 6552 publicly known as Bag Law.
According to Article 10 Paragraph (d) of the Regulation on Social Security Procedures and Article 6/(e) of Social Securities and General Health Insurance Law No. 5510 along with the "Amending the Regulation on Social Security Procedures" published in the Official Gazette No. 28742 of 21.08.2013
Employers have a number of obligations before and following delivery in case of pregnancy of their employees.
In general, it is essential that pregnant employees are given leave for 8 weeks (56 days) both before and after delivery making 112 days in total. Since pregnant employees shall be paid disability allowance (maternity pay) during that period, employers are not bound to make payment. Employers, however, may continue to make payment based on their own discretion.
For multiple pregnancy, the leave to be granted before delivery shall be 10 weeks (70 days).
After new Labor Act no. 4857 came into force, all the articles of the former Labor Act no. 1475 were abolished. However, article 14 of Labor Act no. 1475, which regulates severance pay, is still valid. Although the creation of a severance pay fund is foreseen through a transitional article 6, as of July 2010 no severance pay fund has been enacted.
Article 14 of the Former Labor Act no. 1475
Labor Act No. : 1475
Enactment Date : 25/8/1971
Published in the Official Gazette on : 01/09/1971 No: 13943
Code: Serial: 5 Volume: 10 Page : 3102
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