Statutory maternity pay is only payable when you are away from work so if you work at any time during your maternity leave you will not get statutory maternity pay for that week. The exception to this is the introduction of Keeping In Touch (KIT) days, which allow women to work for up to 10 days without bringing their maternity leave to an end or losing SMP or MA.
There may be a condition that you have to pay back any contractual pay over and above SMP if you do not return to work or stay for a minimum period after coming back from maternity leave. Your employer may not be able to rely on the contract to claim repayment if they have broken the contract themselves, for example by discriminating against you.
Statutory Maternity Leave is 52 weeks. It’s made up of: You do not have to take 52 weeks but you must take 2 weeks’ leave after your baby is born (or 4 weeks if you work in a factory). Use the.
Also we do not know what council we are speaking about so it is unclear if the council housing is a separate entity. Take for example the bourough council where I live (I am also in a council house). About 10 years ago the housing section formed into a private company that was separate from the c.
Employed mothers remain entitled to 52 weeks statutory maternity leave and 39 weeks statutory maternity pay (SMP) or maternity allowance. The mother can choose whether to transfer some of her maternity leave (and pay) to her partner so he (or she) can take SPL. Shared parental leave is created from the remaining weeks of maternity leave.
Statutory Maternity Pay or Maternity Allowance does not need to be repaid if you resign and you should continue to receive it from your employer until the end of the 39 week maternity pay period. If we have shared parental leave and then one of us resigns, what happens? Parents have the choice to take their leave separately or together.
Where the employer brings an employee back into the workplace, the hours worked must be paid at 100% of their normal pay as the Chancellor stated though this could be very much a mix and match scenario and the furlough pay as now i.e. 80% or if the employer chooses to top up then fine.
Do you worry that you might have to go back to work sooner than you had hoped? Are you worried how you are going to survive with the reduced income? I’ve put together some tips to help you survive financially during maternity leave, and hopefully have the full time that you want with your little one.