The Ministry of Family and Social Services presented some of its findings and suggestions to the GNAT Equal Opportunity Commission. The proposals of the Ministry such as introducing different tax rates for married and single people and a flexible working system in the public sector attracted attention.
The GNAT Equal Opportunity Commission for Women and Men (KEFEK) was established to identify the problems encountered in the harmonization of women’s work and family lives and to determine solutions. In the commission, the bureaucrats of the General Directorate of Women’s Status affiliated to the Ministry of Family and Social Services findings and recommendations presentation was made.
With the presentation made, the Ministry of Family and Social Services, employment rate of women In addition, the introduction of different tax rates for married and single people, flexible working system in the public sector, increasing paternity leave periods after birth. your suggestions submitted to Parliament.
Recommendations of the Ministry Attracted Attention
According to the presentation prepared by the bureaucrats of the General Directorate of Women’s Status under the Ministry of Family and Social Services;
- Female employment participation rate in Turkey 28.9 percent, the rate of unregistered work %36,8.
- over 15 years old in Turkey 31 million 623 thousand female population, to 22 million close is not working.
- women living in rural areas of Turkey. 96 percent works unpaid, as a family worker or informally.
- Percentage of women who work for wages or daily wages in Turkey 30,6, proportion of women employed as employers 12.2 percent, percentage of self-employed 17,1.
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The recommendations of the Ministry of Family to the commission are as follows:
Different tax system for married and single: The introduction of different tax rates for married and single people, the tax rates according to the number of children. reduction or tax refund.
Flexible working system: For civil servants, their parents’ custody until their children reach primary school age. part time work and working hours in kindergarten, school, etc. There should be a regulation to harmonize the entrance and exit times of the institutions. Depending on the job, parents should be offered the opportunity to work from home, if possible, a hybrid working model should be created.
Nursery Support: Kindergarten for working parents cash support Paid parental leave periods should be extended.
Arrangement for postpartum leave: postpartum women do not lose income All daily earnings should be paid for, and flexible working styles should be made compatible with the flexible flexibility model. The period of paid paternity leave after birth should be increased.
Annual permits: Parents’ annual leave, on a rotational basis their children’s holidays should be arranged accordingly.
This study, which was presented to the Parliament by the Ministry of Family and Social Services, is currently just a suggestion It should be noted that it is. Although it is not yet known how many of the recommendations can be implemented or regulated, a long time seems to be discussed.