RTS pays RSD 10,000 to vaccinated employees
The employees of the public broadcaster Radio-televizija Srbije who have been vaccinated against the coronavirus have received an additional reward of RSD 10,000 net with their July salaries.
According to the notice that Danas daily had access to, the award is granted for “contribution to the prevention of the spread of the pandemic”, and it was given to the employees who submitted a certificate that they had received both doses of the vaccine by August 15.
This type of support was announced in April by the management of the Sevojno Copper Mill, which decided to reward the employees of the factory who were vaccinated against the coronavirus with RSD 10,000 each. The same amount will be paid to the employees who wanted to be immunised, but were not able to do it, due to health problems, and they will have to enclose a doctor’s certificate.
In order to improve production, reduce the risk of infection and preserve the health of their workers, many other companies have introduced financial incentives for their employees, in case they get vaccinated.
However, RTS has thus practically become the first public company in Serbia to financially stimulate vaccination.