Polish employees can enjoy many additional benefits. Employee benefits can be grouped into Social Security Benefits and Private Employee Benefits. First group is financed by the mandatory deductions from employee's remuneration (see section Social Security for details) and the second one is optional and is financed by the employer.
Social Security Benefits:
Private Employee Benefits
During maternity leave, a mother receives an allowance equal to 100% of the remuneration, which is the base for calculation of an allowance. The basis for calculation of maternity benefit for an insured employee is the monthly remuneration paid for the 12 months preceding the month in which the right to this allowance arose.
A maternity allowance is paid throughout the period of maternity leave, for 18 weeks on the occasion of the first birth, 20 weeks for each subsequent birth, and 28 weeks in the case of multiple births.
An employer will require the submission of a doctor's certificate regarding the anticipated due date (before childbirth), or an abridged copy of a child's birth certificate (after childbirth) before paying the allowance.
A father might also receive a maternity allowance if a mother dies or abandons a child. Additionally if a mother taking care of a child has used at least 14 weeks of maternity leave, she can assign the remaining part of her leave to the father.
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