The registered social statement amends the administrative business. After five years of study, it will be launched this fall on an experimental basis.

After five years of study, the social statement name (DSN) is about to be launched on an experimental basis.Its objective? It aims to reduce the number of social declarations made ​​by companies (pre-employment statements, statements of payment of contributions, the annual declarations of social data, statements of earnings for the opening of fees and per diem certificates for the calculation of employer rights to unemployment insurance)These administrative procedures are many and various transfer modes,while the requested data are often close or even similar,Social Protection associated with the firm Kurt Salmon.According to a study by Ineum Consulting (now Kurt Salmon) in 2009 on the basis of time spent on routine reporting,the monthly DSN could provide very significant reduction (+ 30%) for firms with fewer than 50 employees equipping a payroll software.


The declaration will not only registered social saving time to the leader but it will also enable it to identify anomalies as soon as the data will be transmitted within a payroll close to that generated them.

If this device proven, it should be expanded gradually in the coming years. According to Renaud Ravinet (Kurt Salmon), “The decision is expected this fall as part of the bill on administrative simplification for enterprises.

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