Statutory sick pay refers to the amount of money someone receives if they are ill and cannot work for some time, up until the first day of their new job. Employees are afforded based on the law set forth by the country that a person resides. Different countries require varying lengths of time, but the three most common rules set forth the 30-day probationary period, six months, and 12 months. The amount of money offered varies by law; however, most countries provide 80% or more of an individual’s average income.
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