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Additional Care Allowances for Working Parents

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posted on 2023-11-06, 21:18 authored by Mary DalyMary Daly, Sunwoo RyuSunwoo Ryu, Ertugrul PolatErtugrul Polat
Additional care allowances for working parents who had to provide personal daycare for children due to lockdown (zasiłki opiekuńcze dla pracujących rodziców zmuszonych do sprawowania osobistej dziennej opieki nad dziećmi w związku z zamknięciem placówek oświatowych) were provided during the entire school closure period

History

Country

Poland

Policy Area

Parental leave

Measure

Paid parental leave

Eligibility

Employed or self-employed individuals or frelancers who had children aged under 8, disabled children aged under 16 or children aged under 18 with special educational needs; were covered by public sick leave insurance scheme (ubezpieczenie chorobowe); and did not have spouses taking child-related leave

Type

Cash (social insurance)

Start / Announced Date

12/03/2020

End Date

20/09/2020

Amount

For employed individuals: 80% of gross wages for the employed For self-employed individuals and freelancers: average monthly revenue (calculated for past 12 months)

Total Cost

N/A

Recipients

Parents

Route to the child

Indirect

Sources

Eurofound (2020) Care allowances for working parents forced to provide personal daycare for young children due to school/pre-school system lockdown, case PL-2020-11/833 (measures in Poland), COVID-19 EU PolicyWatch, Dublin. Available at: http://eurofound.link/covid19eupolicywatch OECD (2020) The OECD tax benefit model for Poland. Available at: https://www.oecd.org/els/soc/TaxBEN-Poland-2020.pdf

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