My child’s class is closed in his school in France. Will I be compensated if I cannot go to my place of work in Monaco?
My child’s class is closed in his school in France. Will I be compensated if I cannot go to my place of work in Monaco?Last update: 07/04/2021
The Ministerial Decision of April 2, 2021 provides that when a child’s class is closed, the employer must facilitate the movement of employee leave to school closing periods when leave had already been scheduled for later dates.
If no leave can be moved, the employee must discuss with the employer the possibility of working remotely. The refusal to implement remote work must be justified by the employer.
If no accommodation is possible, the insured may benefit from a work stoppage compensated by the Social Services Compensation Fund, provided that the other parent:
- Either in a situation of effective professional activity
- Not placed in CTTR
- does not work from home
- does not benefit from a childcare assistance scheme
If he meets these conditions, the employee will benefit from the first day of cessation of payment of daily allowances.
If the employer does not support salary maintenance, additional compensation bringing the maximum total compensation to 80% of the capped gross daily salary may be paid, if applicable.