With the implementation of the brand new well being protocol, dad and mom of scholars who’ve an entire vaccination schedule however whose baby is constructive for Covid-19 can now not profit from a piece stoppage to handle their baby.
With the implementation of the brand new back-to-school well being protocol which started on September 2, dad and mom of scholars are confronted with a brand new downside recognized by The Parisian and Capital : within the occasion of contamination of a scholar with Covid-19, the category closes, however dad and mom with an entire vaccination schedule and whose baby is constructive for the virus can now not be thought of as contact circumstances since a call by the Ministry of Well being as of July 22.
This suggests specifically that the latter can now not profit from a sick go away and that their solely recourse to handle their baby would subsequently be partial unemployment, compensated at solely 70% of the wage (in opposition to 90% to 100% for the sick go away, excluding ready days) however given that their employer consents. One other chance: take sick baby go away, which isn’t, nonetheless, compensated, aside from a number of uncommon collective agreements. One other downside attributable to this case is that these steps will inform the employer of the worker’s vaccination standing.
The final possibility for the employed dad or mum can be to take go away with or with out pay, however once more, topic to acceptance by the employer.
In keeping with our colleagues from Capital, this distinction in remedy between the dad and mom of vaccinated and non-vaccinated college students can be the consequence of an oversight on the a part of the general public authorities, regardless of requests to this impact on the a part of the unions. Nonetheless the federal government would work on a call to arbitrate on these administrative circumstances which won’t fail to come up.