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Social insurance day

Day for which employees are paid wages, including days on which employees receive benefits due to illness, disability or unemployment.

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Labour cost subsidy

Subsidy on the total wage sum of a company based on the act to combat the volume of labour disability (TAV).

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Contractual social premiums

The employer’s contribution paid in the framework of insuring pensions for employees and the premiums for additional disablement and unemployment insurance, sick leave benefits and social funds...

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Special schools

Schools providing primary and secondary education to children with learning difficulties and behavioural problems or children with physical or sensory disabilities or chronic illnesses.

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Pension

A regular payment of benefits to replace or supplement income from work. The benefits are paid after reaching a certain age, death or disablement.

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Special education

Until 1998 primary education for children requiring a special approach due to behavioural problems, learning disabilities or physical problems (from the age of four).

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Sheltered Employment Act (WSW)

The aim of the law is to create employment for people who can work but cannot succeed in finding regular employment due to physical or mental disabilities.

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Pension benefits

Private social security benefits of old- age pension insurance, life insurance or insurance against disability taken out by employers for their employees at pension funds and life insurance companies.

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Income insurance

Insurance covering the risk of loss of income from work or insufficient income due to certain needs or other personal circumstances (such as illness, disability, unemployment, old age or death).

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Wage cost subsidies

Subsidy on the total wage sum or the number of employees. Or subsidies for employing certain categories of people, such as physically disabled or long-term unemployed people. Also subsidies on the...

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Wage dispensation

Regulation allowing employers to be exempt from having to pay the legal minimum wage or the normal collective labour agreement wage to employees who perform clearly below the required level due to...

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Supplementary Benefits Act (TW)

The Supplementary Benefits Act tops up benefits under ZW, WW, WAZ, and Wajong provisions (for sickness and disability) to the guaranteed income level. The law came into force on 1 January 1987 and...

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Unemployment benefits

Benefits based on one of the following regulations : - the Unemployment insurance act (WW) - the Unemployment Provisions Act (WWV) - the State Group Regulation for unemployed Persons (RWW) - the Act...

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Fewer people with disabilities working

In 2004 some 16 percent of people aged 15-64 were hampered in finding or carrying out paid jobs due to chronic complaints, illness or disabilities.

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Marginal increase new disability benefits

The number of new cases under the Work and Income according to Labour Capacity Act (WIA) is growing gradually. In the first half of last year, 12 thousand new disability benefits were granted, as...

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Sharp increase in young disabled

In December last year, 167 thousand young disabled received labour disablement benefits under the Disablement Provision Act for Disabled from an Early Age (Wajong), as against 155 thousand one year...

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More female recipients of disability benefits

By the end of September this year, 608 thousand disablement benefits were granted under the Occupational Disability Act (WAO) or the Labour Capacity Act (WIA). More than 291 thousand benefit...

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Disablement benefits liver disease 2010-2017

These tables contain information about disablement benefits end of December 2010-2017 concerning the following causes of disablement.

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Decrease in disability benefits slowing down

In August 2011, 825 thousand people in the Netherlands were claiming a disability benefit. Nearly half of them received a benefit because of mental health problems or a behavioural disorder.

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