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What should I do if I quit my job? How to deal with social security after resignation

Generally speaking, when an employee has been employed for 30 days or more, the company will pay social security for the employee. The employee will take a small part of the social security money and the rest of the company will pay it. Of course, the premise is that you have to work for the company all the time. If you leave, the company has no obligation to continue to pay social security for you. So how to solve the problem of social security cover when employees leave?

How to deal with social security after resignation?

Social security, in fact, we can treat it as a bank card. Anyone can pay it to you (the employer). As long as the employer has your card number, it can pay directly into it, but the key is when.

Social security is paid on a monthly basis, so the key to affect social security is the direction within one month after resignation. In the actual situation, the specific time depends on the provisions of the units before and after resignation.

There are two situations: one is to find another job within one month; the other is to not find or start the next job within one month after leaving.

1. Start the next job within one month

It should be noted that one month here is not a fixed time in fact. It should be subject to the time when the unit pays social security. The social security payment of the employer may not be fixed. It may be paid in the current month or next month.

But we should pay attention that this is not compulsory by law, so we must make clear with the position of the employer.

2. Over one month

If the gap period is more than one month, it means that the working time of the month when you start your next job may be less than half a month. In this way, the employer may not be willing to pay the social security of that month for you, and there will be a disconnection. In this way, the continuous payment period of social security will be recalculated.

Social insurance on behalf of

If you don't want to break off, you can find a third-party organization to help pay social security. Because there is no unit to share part of the proportion for you, all the expenses need to be borne by individuals, so you can choose to pay according to the minimum base.

That's why when many people are changing jobs, they are advised to find a good home before jumping. This can ensure that social security will not be broken, nor will it bear all social security costs because it has not worked for a long time.