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Pct illness benefit RoI 2015

Creator:

IPH

Subject Keywords: Regional prospects. Mental Health. Working conditions Refinement: Regional prospects. Mental Health. Working conditionsRegional prospects.
Set: Causes
Health Inequalities
Catalogue: Data
Indicator
Type: Data
Region: Administrative County
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Republic of Ireland
Description:

Percentage of people of working age unable to work due to illness, RoI, 2015

Numerator: Department of Social Protection 2015
Denominator: Census of population 2011

Illness Benefit is a short-term payment for insured people who cannot work due to illness.

You may qualify for Illness Benefit if you:

  • are unable to work due to illness,
  • satisfy the PRSI conditions,
  1. and
  • are under age 66.

You may get Illness Benefit for a maximum of:

  • 624 payment days (2 years) if you have at least 260 weeks PRSI contributions paid since you first started work,
  1. or
  • 312 payment days (1 year) if you have between 104 and 259 weeks PRSI contributions paid since you first started work.

Date:

09/02/2017

Rights: IPH
Suggested citation:

IPH. (2017) Pct illness benefit RoI 2015 [Online]. Available from: http://www.thehealthwell.info/node/1065932 [Accessed: 18th October 2017].

  

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Institute of Public Health
 
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