|Tuesday||Jan-01||New Year's Day||State holiday|
|Wednesday||Jan-02||Day after New Years Day|
|Friday||Feb-08||Preseren day||Day of Slovenian Culture. State holiday|
|Monday||Apr-22||Easter Monday||Monday after Easter Sunday. Work-free day|
|Saturday||Apr-27||Resistance Day||Previously known as Liberation Front Day. State holiday|
|Wednesday||May-01||May Day||State holiday|
|Thursday||May-02||May Day Holiday|
|Tuesday||Jun-25||Statehood Day||Commemorates independence from Yugoslavia in 1991. State holiday|
|Thursday||Aug-15||Assumption Day||Work-free day|
|Thursday||Oct-31||Reformation Day||State holiday|
|Friday||Nov-01||All Saints' Day||State holiday|
|Wednesday||Dec-25||Christmas Day||Work-free day|
|Thursday||Dec-26||Independence and Unity Day||State holiday|
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Minimum wage is 790 EUR per month.
Employer contributes 8.85% of employee’s wages.
Employee contributes 15.5% with ceiling contribution of four times the monthly minimum wage.
The severance pay is calculated based on employee’s average monthly wages. If the employee has been in the company for at least a year and up to ten years, they are entitled to 1/5th of the monthly salary for each of those years. If the employee has been in the company for more than ten years but up to 20 years, they are entitled to 1/4th of their monthly salary for each of those years and 1/3 rd of the monthly salary will be paid for each year from 20 years and on. Maximum severance pay limit is ten times employee’s average monthly salary.
The length of the notice is decided between the employee and employer.
If the employee has been in the company for up to one year, the employer must provide 15 days of notice, if they have been in the company for over a year but less than two years, the employer must provide 30 days of notice. For being employed over two years or more, the employer must provide 30 days of notice and two additional for each year. If employed over 25 years, the employee is entitled to 80 days of notice.
According to Slovenian Labor Code, there are no maximum number of days for sick leave. Employee must provide appropriate medical documentations proving their illness. The first 30 days of the sick leave, the employee will receive 80% of their monthly wages paid by the employer. After the 30 days, the state will be reimbursing the employee.
Employees are entitled to at least four weeks of paid vacation.
There are 14 public holidays.
It is common practice for expats living in Slovenia to receive benefits such as meals, transportation and daily allowances.
1) Health Insurance
2) Parental Protection
4) Injury at work
1) Employer contributes 6.56%.
2) Employer contributes 0.10%
3) Employer contributes 0.06%
4) Employer contributes 0.53%
1) Employee contributes 6.36%
2) Employee contributes 0.10%
3) Employee contributes 0.14%
4) Employee contributes 0%
National insurance - 16.1%
National insurance - 22.1%
Standard VAT rate of 22%
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