According to the latest labor data from the Turkish Institute of Statistics (TUIK); There are 3 crore 81 thousand men out of 2 crore 651 thousand jobs. In other words, the proportion of men in career is about 6 percent. 68 males per 100 employees. The rights of children of men and especially of married fathers are not well known, as the law gives positive benefits to women in business life. For this reason, on the occasion of ‘Father’s Day’ celebrated yesterday, we have compiled the unknown rights.
Excuses and paid leave from the government
Birth Permit: One of the most frequently asked but often misunderstood issues in a career is whether there is a legal leave for a male worker’s wife to give birth to a child. পুরুষ A male SSK employee is entitled to 5 days paid maternity leave Working father; 3 days paid leave in case of marriage, adoption or death of mother or father, wife, sibling or child. If the mother dies during or after the birth, the father is entitled to all unused maternity leave after birth. These pages cannot be counted as annual leave. For the treatment of children of workers with at least 70 percent or more of the disability or chronic illness, 10 days paid leave is granted within a year, either in bulk or in part.
Different among officers: If the officer gives birth to his wife at the request of the father for 10 days on paternity leave; In case of his / her marriage or in case of death of his / her wife, children, mother, father and siblings of his / her wife, 7 days excuse leave is granted on the basis of his / her request. On the other hand, the father of an adopted worker and a government employee is entitled to 24 months unpaid leave and up to 6 months half-day work.
Half day work: The right to part-time work, which is given to birth mothers, is also given to fathers. This right begins after the mother’s maternity leave ends. If the mother has to work, the father can use 45 hours as half of the week (22.5 hours) as leave. Must apply to Iskure within 30 days of the end of maternity leave. Half working hours; 60 days for the first birth, 120 days for the second birth, 180 days for the next birth. 30 days for the twin child and 360 more days if the child is disabled. The state pays the father who works half day for 15 days. This is half of the total minimum wage, i.e. 2,500 lira.
Menstruation through the soul until death
Widow’s pension: There is also false information that only women get widow pension. However, looking at the practice, it is seen that there is no gender discrimination for this. Therefore, a man whose wife has died can also receive a surviving pension (widow’s pension). Here, it does not matter whether the person is employed or retired. Survivor pension is also given to men if the conditions are met. To receive a living person’s pension, the deceased spouse must report at least 1800 days of disability, old age and living insurance premiums. Those who have SSK (4A) are still paid if they have at least 5 years of insurance and 900 days of premium. If the spouse is employed or retired, certain deductions are made in the pension. If the widow remarries, the pension is completely stopped. If he does not marry, he may receive a salary until he dies.
Takes milk money: The state pays 316 Turkish lira for breastfeeding (milk money) for newborn mothers. This money can be claimed within 5 years. Applications have been made to SSI’s provincial directorate and social security center. Mothers can get milk allowance from Bağkur. If the mother does not insure, the milk benefits are passed on to the father. To receive a female insured or unemployed male insured breastfeeding allowance, she must pay a premium for at least 120 days in the last year before birth.
Right to Health: In general, there is a superstition that other members of the family (wife, children) should receive health benefits through insurance. However, our social security system also provides significant benefits for uninsured men. An unemployed parent can benefit from health benefits through his insured or retired spouse. For this, the father does not have to pay premium in General Health Insurance (GSS). Even from wife Bakur, state-sponsored health services can be found.