Employers with more than 20 workers are required to provide a day-care center, where such workers whose salary is less than five minimum salaries can leave their children aged between three months and six years during the work day.

To comply with this requirement, employers may choose between several options provided in the corresponding legislation. Options vary between:

  1. Providing a day-care center for their workers’ children directly or through a non-profit civil association established by the employer;
  2. Establishing a child-care center jointly with two or more neighboring companies either directly or through a non-profit civil association; or
  3. Paying a monthly
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