This section covers benefits you may apply to receive when taking time off from work to recover from an illness or injury for which you do not receive company compensation.
Please follow these procedures carefully, since they require obtaining certification from a physician and from the company.
* Submit these documents to the individual
in charge of health insurance matters at your workplace.
health insurance card code number
Eligibility, Health Insurance Group SCOS Social Insurance Center, 11th Floor, Shinagawa Intercity B
In case other than those above
The individual in charge of health insurance matters at your workplace
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and Sickness Allowance (additional sum)
to be submitted
Request for Injury and Sickness
Allowance (additional sum)
Attach to this application a document certifying
the need for physician's treatment. (After submitting this
document to the individual in charge of health insurance matters
at your workplace, obtain "a Certificate of Time Off
and Payment for Time Off."
and Sickness Allowance: Injury
and Sickness Allowance additional sum:
18 months following the date on which payment of benefits begins
Extended injury and sickness allowance additional sum'
If you are unable to work even after the expiration of the period for receiving injury and sickness allowance because the illness or injury has not healed, these benefits may be extended for up to 18 additional months.
and Sickness Allowance sum (statutory benefit)'
two-third of your standard daily remuneration for each day of eligibility
and Sickness Allowance sum (additional benefit)'
85% of your standard daily remuneration for each day of eligibility minus satutory benefit
injury and sickness allowance additional sum (additional benefit):
85% of your standard daily remuneration for each day of eligibility
The first three days off from work are referred to as the waiting period. Benefits may not be received for these three days.
Benefits shall not be paid for time off taken at your own
discretion (i.e., cases in which you do not have physician's
certification for requirement to take time off).