sick benefit

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Noun1.sick benefit - money paid (by the government) to someone who is too ill to work
Britain, Great Britain, U.K., UK, United Kingdom, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland - a monarchy in northwestern Europe occupying most of the British Isles; divided into England and Scotland and Wales and Northern Ireland; `Great Britain' is often used loosely to refer to the United Kingdom
benefit - financial assistance in time of need
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The chorus was originally organized in 1869 to preserve Scandinavian song and as an insurance program to pay "sick benefits" for its members, but today's members are all ages and just enjoy getting together to sing and entertain.
The most frequently identified factors believed to contribute to workplace absences were disputes over scheduling (66%; n=99), organizational culture (61%; n=91), and having call-in sick benefits (47%; n=70).
Under Republic Act (RA) 10607, otherwise known as the amended Insurance Code, a mutual benefit association is a 'society, association or corporation, without capital stock, formed or organized not for profit but mainly for the purpose of paying sick benefits to members, or of furnishing financial support to members while out of employment, or of paying to relatives of deceased members of fixed or any sum of money, irrespective of whether such aim or purpose is carried out by means of fixed dues or assessments collected regularly from the members, or of providing, by the issuance of certificates of insurance, payment of its members of accident or life insurance benefits out of such fixed and regular dues or assessments x x x.'
When are people going to learn that the lies once again spouted by this government about getting a into work is people off million disabled back just a scam to get sick benefits?
He has been homeless and working tirelessly with his busking for over 10 years out of necessity since losing his sick benefits. He busks often during the day and sometimes even throughout the night from Saturday evening to Sunday morning.
The Insurance Code defines an MBA as 'a non-stock and non-profit organization which is primarily organized for the purpose of paying sick benefits to members, or of furnishing financial support to members while out of employment, or of paying to relatives of deceased members of fixed or any sum of money, irrespective of whether such purpose is carried out by means of fixed dues collected regularly.'
"Pensions, maternity and sick benefits, as well as unemployment assistance paid by the Social Insurance Fund remain secure until 2080 because this is where the study ends," she said.
"Jack does not qualify for sick benefits and cannot get unemployment benefit because I am working fulltime," said Kat, who had to postpone her wedding to Jack because of their financial difficulty.
Dorothy is being supported by her MP Jim Cunningham - who says a wait of nine to 12 months for sick benefits is sadly now the norm rather than the exception because of the benefits cap introduced earlier this year.
Busts included the arrest of 10 people for importing vehicles from the United States without paying excise duties, the arrest of an Economy Ministry employee for illegally obtaining financial aid, an arrest for using false documents to withdraw funds from bank accounts at one of Bulgaria's largest banks, as well as two people arrested for falsifying hospital records to get sick benefits.