What is Social Insurance?
Social Insurance consists of five types: medical, pension, nursing care, employment, and work-injury. This is an insurance scheme in preparation for events such as illness, aging, nursing care, unemployment, and occupational accidents. Both company employees and employers will cover the insurance. People working a full-time contract will automatically be deducted monthly premiums from their salary. Please contact Support-R for further information.
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