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Monthly Archives: February 2013

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Your social security rights in Slovenia – PART 4

Chapter IV: Maternity and paternity benefits When are you entitled to maternity or paternity benefits? Women are entitled to healthcare before, during and after the birth, on account of  mandatory health insurance. Rights to parental leave and cash benefits...

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Your social security rights in Slovenia – PART 3

Chapter III: Sickness cash benefits When are you entitled to sickness cash benefits? Sickness cash benefit is paid from mandatory health insurance to compensate for  temporary loss of working capacity of economically active insured persons. Hence, it is  paid...

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Your social security rights in Slovenia – PART 2

Chapter II: Healthcare When are you entitled to healthcare? If you are an employee, a self-employed person, a farmer, a recipient of a social security  benefit (old-age, invalidity or survivor’s pension, unemployment benefit, permanent social  assistance), or a permanent...

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Your social security rights in Slovenia – PART 1

Chapter I: Introduction, organisation and financing Introduction The Slovenian social security system encompasses social insurance, family benefits and the social assistance scheme. Social insurance schemes consist of mandatory pension and invalidity insurance, mandatory health insurance, unemployment insurance and parental ...