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Service tickets in belgium

Service tickets in Belgium

CSC - Belgium


Service tickets in belgium

  • What is a «Service ticket» ?

PERC - Budapest - 10 and 11 Feb 2010


This is a service ticket

This is a service ticket

Name

Adress

PERC - Budapest - 10 and 11 Feb 2010


What is a service ticket

What is a Service-ticket?

  • A “service ticket” is …

    • A kind of a check, a ticket

    • You buy it for 7,50 euro

    • You can use it to pay for 1 hour of “household-services” = cleaning, ironing, preparing meals, shopping

PERC - Budapest - 10 and 11 Feb 2010


Why service tickets

Why service tickets?

  • Gouverment started in 2003 with the “service tickets” for 3 reasons:

    1) to create extra jobs

    2) struggle against illegal (black) labour

    3) better combination of work and family

PERC - Budapest - 10 and 11 Feb 2010


Where do you buy the service ticket

Where do you buy the Service ticket?

  • 1 private company (Sodexo) has the right to emit the service tickets

  • Sodexo organises the circulation of the tickets

  • Sodexo gets paied by the Belgian Gouverment

PERC - Budapest - 10 and 11 Feb 2010


How does it work

How does it work?

  • The customer buys the Service tickets

  • The customer chooses a Service tickets-company

  • ST-company and customer sign a contracte.g. 4 hours house-cleaning a week

PERC - Budapest - 10 and 11 Feb 2010


How does it work1

How does it work?

  • The company sends a Service ticket worker to the customer

  • The company is the employer, not the customer !

  • All arrangements are made between customer and company

PERC - Budapest - 10 and 11 Feb 2010


How does it work2

How does it work?

  • The costumer pays the company, 1 ticket for 1 hour work

  • The company pays the salary of the worker

  • The company sends the tickets to Sodexo and recieves 20,80 euro for every ticket

PERC - Budapest - 10 and 11 Feb 2010


How does it work3

How does it work?

  • The Service ticket company has to pay all costs with the 20,80 euro:

    • Salary + taxes + social security

    • Administration, organisation

    • Training

    • Insurance

    • Benefits

PERC - Budapest - 10 and 11 Feb 2010


Working conditions

Working conditions

  • Maximum 38 hours a week

  • Minimum wages:

    • 1st year: 9,48 euro

    • 2nd year: 9,85 euro

    • 3rd year: 9,98 euro

    • 4th year: 10,08 euro

  • End of year bonus

    • 4,15% of salary

  • Payment of transport cost

PERC - Budapest - 10 and 11 Feb 2010


Financial

Financial

  • The customer pays 7,50 euro for 1 ticket

  • The customer gets a tax-reduction of 2,25 euro => the service ticket costs 5,25 euro !

  • Gouverment pays extra 13,30 euro for 1 ticket

  • Gouverment gives extra tax-reduction to the companies

PERC - Budapest - 10 and 11 Feb 2010


Schematic

Schematic

Gouverment

ST-company

CustomerST-worker

Sets the rules + subventions

Sodexo

Tickets

Commercial contract

Normal labour contract

X

PERC - Budapest - 10 and 11 Feb 2010


Some figures

Some figures

PERC - Budapest - 10 and 11 Feb 2010


Some figures1

Some figures

  • End 2009

    • 2.500 Service ticket companies

    • Over 90.000 Service tickets workers (76.000 FTE)

    • Total cost gouverment 2009:

      1.665.000.000 Euro

PERC - Budapest - 10 and 11 Feb 2010


Evaluation

Evaluation

+ Positive

* Domestic worker has a normal, legal labour-contract with social security

=pension, health care, unemployment benefit

* The gouverment sets the legal basis and minimum working conditions

* Organised social dialogue

PERC - Budapest - 10 and 11 Feb 2010


Evaluation1

Evaluation

+ Positive

* No real hierarchic relation between customer and domestic worker

* Flexibility in favor of workers

* Opportunities for low-skilled people

PERC - Budapest - 10 and 11 Feb 2010


Evaluation2

Evaluation

- Negative

* Enormous cost for society (tax-payers)

* Almost totally dependend on gouverment subventions

* Low cost for customers = low respect for work

PERC - Budapest - 10 and 11 Feb 2010


Evaluation3

Evaluation

- Negative

* Illegal, informal domestic works still exists

* Fraude

* Difficult to “organize” the service ticket workers

PERC - Budapest - 10 and 11 Feb 2010


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