HOW ARE DIFFERENT THE REGULATORY BASE OF UNEMPLOYMENT AND THE QUOTATION FOR COMMON CONTINGENCIES? WHY BOTHER TO EACH OF THEM?
The regulatory base of unemployment benefit serves to calculate the amount of such provision, while the contribution base for common contingencies is that the public employment service State (SEPE) takes into account for membership contributions during the period receiving unemployment benefit.
The regulatory base of unemployment benefit is calculated as the average of the contribution base for the contingency of unemployment for the past 180 workdays, taking into account the calendar days of each month ( 30 days November 31 December...).
In the case of employment regulation of termination of the employment relationship, the contribution base to Social security will be the same as the regulatory base of the benefit.
In the course of regulation of employment of suspension of employment or reduced hours, the contribution base to Social security during the perception of the delivery of those workers for which there is legal obligation to contribute, is equal to the average of the foundations of the last six months of quoted occupation for common contingencies and contingencies of occupational accidents and illnesses prior to the date of legal unemployment or the moment at which the legal obligation stopped contributing.
During the suspension of employment or the reduction of the day, the company remains obliged to enter the input of corporate Social security.