Begin benchmarking employee benefits in Hungary with this Market & Benchmark Insight Report for Hungary for 2021, provided by Asinta’s Partner MAI CEE. The information is easy to understand and gives you a solid footing to help you move forward in your decisions about the benefits you want to offer employees in Hungary.
Inside the report, you’ll find details about benchmarking employee benefits in Hungary for 2021 including:
- Statutory Benefits
- Insured Benefits
- Fringe Benefits and Perks
- Plan Setup
The following is an excerpt.
The public medical system in Hungary is underfunded and inefficient, which consistently fails to provide quality care. Waiting times and service levels for social coverage continue to cause concern, and efforts are underway to provide more efficient private services. This includes the introduction of private or employer-paid reimbursements, services, and treatments into the state system. As a result, more and more of the population look for private medical care as an alternative. In addition, health insurance is the most valued and popular employee benefit in Hungary, and it seems that it will continue to be, along with life insurance solutions.
Benefits in Kind
Includes cost-free healthcare services such as preventive examinations, primary healthcare, specialized inpatient care, specialized outpatient care, certain dental care, rehabilitation, the ambulance service, patient transport, and accident-related benefits, drug reimbursement, reimbursement for medical aids, medical spa services, reimbursement of travel expenses and benefits granted on grounds of equity.
These are provided by the NEAK (National Health Insurance Fund of Hungary) include sickness benefits, prenatal allowance, childcare fees, and accident-related benefits.
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