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New regulations on the coordination of social security in the EU - basic principles and coordination of sickness benefits
Janalík, Václav ; Koldinská, Kristina (advisor) ; Štefko, Martin (referee)
It has been almost one year since the new Regulations No 883/2004 and 987/2009 came into force on 1.5.2010. These regulations replaced the former Regulations No 1408/71 and 574/72, which had been laying down the rules for coordination of the national social security systems for almost 40 years. As the extent of issue is relatively huge I have focused only on some aspects of coordination. The first chapter concerns the general concept of coordination and the sources of coordination law. It also includes the detailed description of personal and material scope of regulations. One part of this chapter is dealing also with some of the new concepts included in the regulation. The second chapter describes the basic social security coordination principles, ie. the principle of equal treatment, the principle of single applicable legislation, the principle of exporting the benefits and the aggregation principle. In addition to these four basic principles mentioned above new rule for the assimilation of facts is described. This is in fact a new principle, previously applied only on the basis of case-law. The third chapter focuses on organizational aspect at both EU and national levels. There are lists of all relevant bodies included together with description of their roles and responsibilities. The fourth chapter...
Analysis of effectiveness of changes in sickness insurance in the Czech Republic in 2010-2017
Skřivancová, Petra ; Štípek, Vladimír (advisor) ; Lukášová, Tereza (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with the analysis and evaluation of the impact of changes that occurred in the system of sickness insurance in the Czech Republic between 2010 and 2017. During this period there were several legislative adjustments to the Sickness Insurance Act, especially the austerity measures adopted in 2010 and the adjustments in 2011 and 2014. The theoretical part of the thesis deals with the history and the present system, as well as the legislative changes in individual years. The end of the theoretical part characterizes sickness insurance and its benefits. The beginning of the practical part is devoted to the model example of the calculation of sickness insurance benefits, where we can observe the influence of adopted austerity measures. The second part analyzes the impact of changes to income and expenditures of sickness insurance. Expenditures have risen in recent years and are reaching the level of income, which may lead to the system´s financial incompetence. Furthermore, there is an analysis of the indicators of sickness insurance, mainly temporary incapacity for work, which shows that despite the reduction of the average length of one case, the average percentage of incapacity for work is increasing. Finally thesis analyzes the impact of changes on the circles of insured people and evaluates the impact of changes. Based on the results obtained, measures are then proposed to improve the sickness insurance system.
Comparison of wage compensation and sickness insurance in the Czech Republic and Great Britain in the period 2007 - 2016
Holík, František ; Brabec, Petr (advisor) ; Tománková, Martina (referee)
This bachelor thesis provides an analysis of wage compensation and sickness insurance in the Czech Republic and analysis of wage compensation in the Great Britain. The differences between aforementioned systems emerge from different approach to social policy. The British system arised from a liberal model of social state. On the other hand, Czech system arised from a redistributive model. In the Czech model, higher social benefits are provided. It makes higher pressure on the state budget. Benefits in the British model are at a low level and are tested by income. The Czech system provides a higher salary replacement rate than the British system. The Czech system is more solid and provides higher coverage ratio of mandatory spendings. But the British system offers absolute equivalence. All employees in the Great Britain recieve the same amount of wage compensation.
Detection of Persons with Disabilities and its practical use
POJSLOVÁ, Kateřina
There are altogether two aims of the practical part of this thesis. The primary aim was to find out what are the opinions, personal experience and satisfaction of those who obtain social benefits and use the ZTP (severe health disability) cards. The second aim was to discover which social services are used most often by those who carry a card. These aims were achieved on the basis of the research question which was whether the degree of the card is sufficient for its owners and also by means of ten questions that were given to various respondents during semi-structured interview. As for the most convenient form, I chose qualitative research for this thesis. The technique of the above mentioned semi-structured interview was applied deliberately and the research population consisted of five respondents who own the TP (health disability) card, ZTP (severe health disability) card or ZTP/P (severe health disability requiring special care) card. The respondents were three women and two men. Nobody of the addressed refused to give the interview. The conversations took place from December 2016 until the first half of February 2017. After finishing the research it is obvious that claim to the severe health disability card has any person from the age of 1 year, regardless of gender. Most of the respondents are satisfied with their kind of card which emerges from the owning of the highest degree of the ZTP/P (severe health disability requiring special care) card. Nevertheless, it has turned out that persons with a health disability do not take advantage of these cards in its entirety which I reckon is due to insufficient information, regarding the possibilities of its use.
New regulations on the coordination of social security in the EU - basic principles and coordination of sickness benefits
Janalík, Václav ; Koldinská, Kristina (advisor) ; Štefko, Martin (referee)
It has been almost one year since the new Regulations No 883/2004 and 987/2009 came into force on 1.5.2010. These regulations replaced the former Regulations No 1408/71 and 574/72, which had been laying down the rules for coordination of the national social security systems for almost 40 years. As the extent of issue is relatively huge I have focused only on some aspects of coordination. The first chapter concerns the general concept of coordination and the sources of coordination law. It also includes the detailed description of personal and material scope of regulations. One part of this chapter is dealing also with some of the new concepts included in the regulation. The second chapter describes the basic social security coordination principles, ie. the principle of equal treatment, the principle of single applicable legislation, the principle of exporting the benefits and the aggregation principle. In addition to these four basic principles mentioned above new rule for the assimilation of facts is described. This is in fact a new principle, previously applied only on the basis of case-law. The third chapter focuses on organizational aspect at both EU and national levels. There are lists of all relevant bodies included together with description of their roles and responsibilities. The fourth chapter...
Draft of Measures Body Related with Changes in Sick Benefit System
Česal, Zdeněk ; Knytl, Vladimír (referee) ; Polák, Michal (advisor)
The theme of this thesis is draft of measures body related with changes in sick benefit system. The goal of this thesis is the analysis of impact of changes in sick benefit system on employer and the draft of measures for the subject. There is a description of sick benefit system used in CR and in other countries EU in this thesis. There is a describtion of the changes and the impacts on employer are analysed. The last part of the thesis is composed by draft of measures related with these changes.
Comparison of the sickness insurance system in the Czech Republic and in the Kingdom of Spain in the years 2005-2015
Zukal, Marek ; Lukášová, Tereza (advisor) ; Strejček, Ivo (referee)
This bachelor thesis provides an analysis of sickness insurance systems and wage compensation, conditions of obtaining sick benefits and costs related with these issues in the Czech Republic and the Kingdom of Spain. The differences between aforementioned systems emerge from different approach to social policy, the Spanish system is more complicated and based od data quoted it is possible to say that it encumbers public budgets more than the Czech system. Both systems however have the same function - they secure individuals against negative effects of social risks such as illness and maternity (or pregnancy). The Spanish system, generally speaking, fulfils this function better than sickness insurance in the Czech Republic, which is supported by higher compensation ratios of benefits in relation to standard income of individuals, who are provided with them. Sickness insurance in the Czech Republic is characterized by higher rate of solidarity than the system in the Kingdom of Spain, where a principle of equivalence is more widely applied. Since the trend of social costs of public budgets is rising, the subject covered is economically topical and the analysis has a potential to provide incentives to improve the systems.
Comparative analysis of sickness insurance in Czech Republic, Germany and Austria
Hrušková, Tereza ; Vítek, Leoš (advisor) ; Bayer, Ondřej (referee)
This bachelor thesis persues sickness insurance in Czech Republic, Germany and Austria. Sickness insurance is important part of social security system, it provides partial substitution of wage in case of illness or incapacity for work and mitigates the decline in living standard due to loss of income. Main objective of this thesis is to describe the systems of health insurance and to compare selected elements of insurance in each country. The first part contains the historical development of social security in Europe. From the second to fourth chapter there is described the sickness insurance of individual countries . The last chapter is a comparative analysis of selected elements of health insurance.
Sickness and family benefits in Sweden and France
Petrová, Kateřina ; Chvátalová, Iva (advisor) ; Spirit, Michal (referee)
The aim of the thesis is to evaluate selected social security systems in Sweden and France. It is conducted through comparative analysis of sickness and family benefits. Document is divided into four chapters. The first chapter is devoted to the theoretical introduction of the concept of social security and the definition of terms such as social security or social policy. The second chapter is dedicated to the Swedish social security. It contains a description of the basic characteristics of the Swedish social security and deep study of the sickness and family benefits. Chapter three uses the same structure as the previous chapter but with a focus on France. The fourth chapter compares the historical context of social systems, specifies significant differences in sickness and family benefits, the concept of family policy and gender equality in both countries.
Development of sickness benefit system in Czech Republic from 1993 and impact of changes on employee and employer.
KRÝZOVÁ, Vladimíra
My thesis deals with a brief history of sicknes benefits, sickness benefits development since 1993, amendments made to the system of calculating benefits to the 2009, the impact of these changes for employees drawing benefits and potential impact of changes on employers.

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