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SOCI04: Recipients of daily cash benefits at pregnancy, childbirth and adoption by time, content and reporting country
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Footnotes

In all Nordic countries, compensation is granted to cover any loss of income in connection with childbirth during the last few weeks prior to and at least the first months after childbirth. In all the countries, a similar benefit is payable in the event of adoption. In all the countries, the benefit amount depends on any previous income but also on the length of the leave period. In all countries, employees may receive their pay in full according to collective agreements Number of benefit days per new born = (number of benefit days year x)/(number of live births year x(CHIL01)). Percent of benefit days taken by men excludes special maternity allowance and maternity allowance days before childbirth
reporting country
Denmark
New method from 2002 to 2009 and again from 2010 and onwards. The data relates to net days with parental benefits, maternity benefits and temporary parental benefits at birth and adoption.
Latest data available: 2016.
Finland
Break in time series 2009 to 2010. Data recalculated for 2010, 2015 and 2016.
Norway
The number of days for 2010 has been revised and reduced by about 8 percent. The data relates to net days with parental benefits at birth and adoption
Sweden
The number of days relates to net days with parental benefits, maternity benefits and temporary parental benefits at birth and adoption.
Excluding 10 days set aside for father after birth.