Depending on the nature of the incapacity for work, the wage payment will be paid by Charlie works or by the UWV. In the event of illness in event of pregnancy/delivery/adoption, work disability or organ donation, the UWV will take over the wage payment obligation. For other reports of incapacity for work continued payment of wages depends on the type of employment contract.
The phase A temporary employment contract with temporary employment clause ends upon the onset of incapacity of work. If this is the case and you are entitled to a benefit under Sickness Benefits Acts, the UWV will pay it. Charlie works suplement this benefit up to 91% of the benefit daily wage during the first 52 weeks and 80% of the benefit daily wage during weeks 53 to 104. The first two days of incapacity for work count as a waiting day for which you are not entitled to benefit.
In the case of a second agreement in phase B or C you are entitled to wages during the incapacity for work as long as the second agreement continues. The first 52 weeks you are entitled to 91% of the applicable wage, with the minimum claim being the minimum wage and the maximum claim being the maximum daily wage.
During the 53rd to 104th week you are entitled to 80% of the applicable wage, with the minimum claim being the minimum wage and the maximum claim being the maximum dailty wage.
The first day of incapacity for work counts as a waiting day, over which you are not entitled to continued payment of the wage.
More information about illness can be found in chapter 3 of our (Charlie works) personnel guide.