The government mandates health and safety regulations in the workplace to avoid sickness and harm. Employers are not required by law to offer health insurance in the case of public health care. Nonetheless, the Venezuelan public health care system needs resources, particularly equipment and personnel training. Employers may choose to include private insurance choices among their workers' perks.
Employees get vacation incentives in addition to regular pay for vacation days. The company gives employees 15 days of salary for the first year and an extra day for each year of service after that. Employees may get up to 30 days of pay as an annual bonus.
A necessary benefit is described in the Workers' Food Law. Employers must offer one balanced lunch to their workers every day under this jurisdiction. This practice may include an in-house chef or an amount of money for purchasing lunch.