Under the National Basic Health Insurance Law, everyone has the right to basic health care. Everyone pays to this fund, with the exception of individuals under the age of 16 and above the age of 60, whose payments are handled by the government. You are responsible for defining your withholding mechanism in the employment agreement and must pay half of the necessary contribution for each employee.
The government pays SRD 55 per individual from birth to the age of 16 to support public health care. The contribution is SRD 75 for those aged 17 to 20. The contribution is SRD 165 for those aged 21 to 59. The government restarts contributing after the age of 60. Monthly payments at this age are SRD 240.
Bonuses are not required. Offering them, on the other hand, may boost employee happiness and attract highly qualified applicants. Benefits packages that are competitive may also include premium health insurance, additional vacation time, and maternity leave.