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Warning to Employers from the Social Security Institution

Warning to Employers from the Social Security Institution

In the well-intentioned warning letters/notifications sent by the Social Security Institution to some employers, it has been determined that the wages (SSI premium earnings) of the qualified employees declared are at or close to the minimum wage. Also, if this situation is detected during the investigations and audits/inspections by the SSI, administrative fines would be applied. In this sense, it was requested from employers to show the necessary sensitivity to be compliant with their social security obligations.

Based on this, it is important for employers to make a truthful declaration and review the earnings subject to the premium to be declared.

Should you have any queries or need further details, please contact your customer representative.

Written by İrem Güner, Posted in Social Security Law and Legislation

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İrem Güner

Senior Client Relations Specialist
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