Employees could receive compensation for alternative child care services

Employees will be able to benefit from compensation for costs incurred for alternative services to look after children younger than three inclusive. The compensation will be of at most 2,500 lei a month for a child and will not be taxed. This is provided in a bill that was given a first reading by Parliament, IPN reports.

The legislative proposal to develop alternative child care services was put forward by the head of the Parliament’s commission on social protection, health and family Dan Perciun. According to the author, the law will contribute to reducing the pronounced gender discrepancy that exists on the national labor market and, in most of the cases, negatively affects the women.

The sponsor of the bill also said that the introduction of concessions will enable the employers and employees to use women’s work and to contribute to general economic growth by fully involving the women. The proposal takes into account the successful practices of other states concerning facilitation of the process of creating family-friendly jobs.

“The bill is aimed at encouraging the employment, primarily of women who have small children, and forms part of a broad package of laws to increase the occupancy rate among women,” stated Dan Perciun.

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