In order to see which of the services are compensated for you by your employer, we've added a label in the corner of each service. The label looks like this and is situated in the left corner of a service ticket:
Why some of the services are compensated and the others are not?
Every employer can choose which of the services are made available to their employees. To see which of the services are available to you can be seen from the left of your profile.
It can happen that although the category is compensated, one still can't buy the services from that category. Why?
From 2018, a fringe benefits system was applied in Estonia, meaning that an employer can offer health benefits without having to pay taxes on them. The benefits have a certain criteria, according to that we have divided our services to nonprofit and for-profit.
According to the fringe benefits system, all of the trainings are included in the tax exemption, except the ones that include another service with it.
Example: If a service provider offers trainings with a chance to visit a sauna, and there is not an option to take just the training, then the service is nonprofit. If the service provider offers a training and a training+sauna, then just the training is nonprofit service and the training+sauna is for-profit.
Swimming 1h+Sauna - nonprofit
Swimming 1h - nonprofit
Swimming 1h+Sauna - forprofit
You can find massages or spa and sauna services in the rehabilitation category, but these also are not always included in the tax exemption. And that is why they are not all compensated by the employer.
With the credit provided by the employer, you can only use the services that prevent injuries, treat previous traumas, illnesses and injuries, including a serious trauma after an illness that needs long-term rehabilitation.
Example: A rehabilitation doctor has determined that the employee needs physiotherapy. The physiotherapist has professional certification.
If your employer compensates rehabilitation services, but one of the services still can't be bought then it means that the service provider is not suitable according to the fringe benefits system.