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Name: Notification respecting the employer's duty to pay cash benefit to newly employed persons under the Act (No. 81 of 5 March 1984) respecting cash benefit in the event of sickness or maternity. No. 984.
Country: Denmark
Subject(s): Medical care and sickness benefit; Maternity protection
Type of legislation: Law, Act
Adopted on: 1986-12-29
Entry into force:
Published on: Lovtidende A, 1986, No. 104, p. 3750
ISN: DNK-1986-L-4232
Bibliography: Lovtidende A, 1986, No. 104, p. 3750
Abstract/Citation: The employer has no obligation to pay cash benefit for the first five weeks for a newly employed person who becomes sick during the first 21 days of the employment. This does not apply to occasional employment or employment of a person who during the previous three months has been employed by the same employer.

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