(In)sure or Not?
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The government has announced it is drafting legislation for an Employment Insurance Scheme, which it aims to implement by January 2018. Under the scheme, both employers and employees will be expected to contribute 0.25% of employees’ salaries to a communal fund, which will benefit workers who have been retrenched.
Today on Current Affairs, BFM speaks to industry players, to understand some of the arguments surrounding the EIS.
This is a report by Lyn Mak.
This is Part 1 of our discussion on Employment Insurance Scheme Bill. You can listen to Part 2 here.
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Tags: employment insurance scheme, employees' rights, retrenchment