Retirement: Law for the Unification of Private sector salaries covered by social secu
Retirement: Law for the Unification of Private sector salaries covered by social security and government
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Announced public pension body, Wednesday, to discuss the law in the State Consultative Council for the Unification of Private sector salaries covered by social security and government, indicating that most of the institutions working in the private sector evade registration due to lack of pension and privileges.
He said the Authority director Ahmed Abdel Jalil al-Saadi said "the Commission is working in coordination with the Social Security Department at the Unification of Private sector salaries covered by the social and state security law," pointing to "the reluctance of citizens working in the private sector to sign up to the social security department because of the large disparity between the salaries of retirees in the sector government that reaches a minimum of 400 000 dinars and 460 dinars for retirees for health reasons, while he gets retired in private sector companies from the social security minimum is 170 000 dinars. "
He said al-Saadi said "the law is discussed now in the State Consultative Council with the National Pension Commission and the Department of Social Security and after completion to be sent then to the Cabinet and then to the House for a vote," noting that "the law would be equal to private and public sector, Add to that it would give some of the privileges of a special, similar to Baovernma to promote the work done. "
He said al-Saadi "The enactment of the law will ensure the entry of workers in the private sector, the Department of Social Security," pointing out that "the majority of institutions in the private sector evade registration due to lack of pension and privileges, plus weak oversight and follow-up in the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs."