2022 100 Years of Pension Insurance in the Republic of Croatia and The Croatian Pension Insurance Institute (Commercial) - Set
2022 100 Years of Pension Insurance in the Republic of Croatia and The Croatian Pension Insurance Institute (Commercial) - Set for only GBP £0.40
One hundred years ago, on 14 May 1922, under the Workers' Insurance Act, the Central Office for Workers' Insurance was established in Zagreb, an institution that preceded the Croatian Pension Insurance Institute (HZMO), as a public institution for workers' pension insurance (then social insurance). The Workers' Insurance Act, for the first time in the entire Monarchy, uniquely established and regulated health and social insurance for workers in these areas, including the already existing insurance for accidents at work. At that time, the Central Office was the provider of social insurance for workers across the whole country, with 137,404 insured persons in Croatia in 1922. It was first chaired by Vilim Bukšeg, who was a prominent figure in Croatian social policy at the time.