Does the employer have to keep a record of how many days of child leave the employee has already used and how many days they are still entitled to use?

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The employer does not have to keep such records as the employee will plan their child leave through the Social Insurance Board’s self-service portal. The Social Insurance Board will have an overview of whether and how many days of child leave the employee is entitled to take.

In the case of applying for leave via the self-service portal of the Social Insurance Board, the main purpose of the changes has been to automate the information system as much as possible and to provide the Social Insurance Board with the necessary data to decide on the granting of child leave. This will allow the employee and employer to worry minimally about, for example, how to prove the entitlement for child leave or how much child leave the employee has left.


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