Эх хүн болон хөдөлмөр

Жирэмсний болон амаржсаны амралт

Maternity leave is regulated under the Labour Code. Women are entitled to 120 days of leave (60 days prenatal and 60 days postnatal leave).

The maternity leave is also granted to a woman who has delivered a stillborn child or has had pregnancy interrupted by medical procedure after the 196th day of pregnancy and to a woman who has delivered a child before the 196th day of pregnancy who is able to live.

If a woman has delivered a stillborn child, or has had has had pregnancy interrupted by medical procedure before the 196th day of pregnancy, she is entitled to sick leave under regular procedure.

Source: §104 of the Mongolian Labour Code, 1999

Орлого

An insured female employee or a civil servant who gives birth prematurely after at least 196 days of pregnancy, or who has a miscarriage or an abortion, or who gives birth before 196 days of pregnancy to a child who survives, is entitled to maternity benefits.

Mothers, who have paid contributions for social insurance for at least than 12 months, (of which six month must be prior to the maternity leave), are eligible for a maternity benefit. Mothers satisfying the contribution requirement are eligible for maternity benefit in the following cases: those who give birth prematurely before the expiry of 196 days of pregnancy or have an abortion or interruption of pregnancy through medical intervention in addition to those who give birth to a surviving baby able to survive although it was born prior to the expiry of 196 days. Working mothers, who give birth while they were on a child care leave, are also entitled to a maternity benefit.

Maternity benefits are calculated on the basis of working days and a worker is eligible for the benefit during the full term of maternity leave (120 days/4months). Maternity benefits are calculated at a rate of 100 per cent of the average salary over the preceding 12 months, or comparable income. The voluntarily insured women workers receive 70 per cent of their average salary over the preceding 12 months as maternity benefit.

Source: §19(2) of the Mongolian Law on Pensions and Benefits Paid from Social Insurance Fund, 1994

Үнэ төлбөргүй эмнэлгийн үйлчилгээ

Persons employed on a contractual basis by business entities, organizations or individuals, and government servants are subject to compulsory insurance, unless otherwise provided by law. Self-employed may be affiliated voluntarily to the social insurance. The Social Insurance includes health insurance and free health care is provided under it.

Source: §3, 4, & 10 of the Mongolian Law on Pensions and Benefits Paid from Social Insurance Fund, 1994

Жирэмсэн, амаржсан эмэгтэй болон түүний хөдөлмөрийн зохицуулалтууд:

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