Social security enables salaried and self-employed workers to benefit from insurance coverage in the event of:
- work-related accidents or illnesses;
- pension insurance;
The following section presents the formalities and procedures that are required with the social security bodies in Luxembourg.
You will also find the necessary procedures to be followed in the event of an accident or illness and the prevention measures for the health and safety of workers, namely with respect to hazardous jobs.
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Any person carrying out a paid professional activity in Luxembourg must be affiliated to the Luxembourg social security bodies and administrations. A person residing in Luxembourg and carrying out his activity outside the Grand Duchy may also be affiliated to...
An employee on sick leave (due to sickness or accident) must: inform his employer as from the first day of absence and; provide a medical certificate at the latest on the third day of absence. Example: a salaried worker on...
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