I’m a CSR lawyer and the one who has worked on draft law of Maternity
Insurance. I noticed, as I read the article in last Friday’s publication (18th September), that the Head of Media and Public Relations in CSR was quoted saying “...the employer will contribute 0.5% whereas the employee will contribute 1.5 of gross salary...”
But it’s the employee who will contribute 0.5% of his/her gross salary and the employer 1.5%. That’s how it is provided for in the draft law.
Kamonyo Rugaba Serge
State Attorney in CSR