How do I process SSS sickness notification?

Log in to the employer’s My. SSS account using the password and User ID, then fill-in the Captcha image and click “I am not a Robot” and submit. 2. Click the E-Services drop down menu and select Submit SS Sickness Benefit Reimbursement Application (SBRA).

Can I apply SSS sickness benefit online?

The SSS implemented the mandatory online filing of SS Sickness Benefit Reimbursement Applications (SBRA) for employers through the My. SSS Portal last July 2020 to ensure the uninterrupted delivery of service while the country is still under various quarantine restrictions.

When should we file SSS sickness notification?

Under normal circumstances, employee members must submit their Sickness Notification Forms to their employers within five (5) calendar days. Employers must submit these forms to the SSS within five (5) calendar days after its receipt from their employees.

What is SSS e notification?

With the establishment of the E-Sickness Notification System through the web, employers shall use this facility to notify SSS of their employees’ absences. I. Date of encoding by the employer shall be the date of notification/filing to SSS.

How do I follow up my SSS sickness benefit?

REMINDER Verification of status may be made thru the SSS Website at or contact our Call Center at 920-6446 to 55 or 917-7777.

How do I know if my SSS sickness notification is approved?

Who qualifies for SSS sickness benefit?

The member is unable to work due to sickness or injury and is confined either in a hospital or at home for at least four (4) days. He/she has paid at least three (3) months of contributions within the 12-month period immediately before the semester of sickness or injury.

How many contributions are required to avail of the SSS sickness benefit?

To qualify for sickness benefit, a member must have been unable to work due to an illness for at least four days whether confined at home or in a hospital. The member must have at least three monthly contributions within the 12-month period before the semester of illness.