The MultiSport Programme may be financed from a variety of different sources. Employer’s and employees’ needs as well as the available budget will determine the best suitable method of payment for the programme. Available solutions include the following:
MultiSport is a subscription-based programme. Its price depends on many factors, including the number of people in the programme and the so-called funding plan, where the monthly cost of the MultiSport card is split between the employer and employees. The most popular funding plans are:
It is worth noting that the funding proportions may be changed to any other ratio. In most cases, however, it will depend on the relevant company's philosophy of funding non-salary benefits adopted in the relevant company.
The MultiSport Programme settlement period is one calendar month (costs of the subscription are calculated on a per month basis).
The standard payment terms are 14 days.
Some employees may be less interested in participating in sports activities. Benefit Systems S.A. offers them alternative and attractive programmes which are tailored to an individual's preferences and to the employer's budget. These include e.g.: MultiBilet, BenefitLunch and MyBenefit.
The employer transfers funds from the Company Social Benefits Fund, Bonus Program or other sources to the Cafeteria. An individual account holder can choose his or her favorite benefits and pay for them in full or in part, from employer and private money - by card or by wire transfer.
The BenefitLunch Programme can be financed using company's current assets and the Company's Social Benefit Fund.
If the BenefitLunch Programme is funded from current assets, the employer can make use of the so-called National Insurance exemption. In the light of Article 2(1(11)) of the Contributions Regulation (Journal of Laws of 1998 no. 161 item 1106), the contribution-assessment will exclude the cost of employer-funded meals provided to employees for consumption – up to the value of PLN 190 per month per employee.
NOTE: the employer may benefit from the National Insurance exemption only if it has enabled its employees to purchase prepared meals.
Payments for the BenefitLunch Programme using company's Social Benefit Fund should be clearly provided for in the Fund's rules and regulations. In-kind benefits and their amounts should depend on the social criteria set out by the law.
At client's request, a complete list of subscription card holders may be attached with each invoice.
The MultiBilet Programme can be financed from a company's Social Benefit Fund and from its current assets. Employer’s and employees’ needs as well as the available budget will determine which of these sources is used to pay for the MultiBilet Programme.
Payments are made as follows:
The MultiKafeteria Programme may be financed from a variety of sources at the same time. Employer’s and employees’ needs as well as the available budget will determine which benefits are paid from a company's Social Benefit Fund, a company's current assets orfrom an employee's funds (either a one-off payment or monthly deductions from their salary).
The MultiKafeteria Programme is based on an employer’s and employees’ individual needs. Depending on requirements, the MultiKafeteria Programme may be settled based on system-generated reports (which ensures complete cost control) or prepayments (which keeps paperwork to a minimum).
The MultiBilet Programme can be financed from a company's Social Benefit Fund and from its current assets. Employer’s and employees’ needs as well as theavailable budget will determine which of these sources is used to pay for the MultiTeatr Programme.
Payments are made as follows: