SMP1 form from Employer|
By Emma Trevillion on 20/06/2008 in forum
still not recieved it....
Hi I am nearly 35 weeks now! And I have asked my employer for my SMP1 form to be completed, as I cannot get SMP as I did not work in my company for long enough unfortunately, so entitled to MA. But I need my SMP1 form which I had given to them 10
Employers reveal mums make good workers|
By Kimberley Smith on 12/11/2010 in Back to work
Working mums are good at muli-tasking but companies feel they support families too much
Two fifths of employers believe that mums are better at multi tasking and juggling time commitments that non-mums, according to a new survey by O2. A further third feel mums have an increased sense of responsibility and a huge 85% of employers also
anyone self employed???|
By lisa fallon on 30/07/2007 in forum
i need help and advice plus on maternity allowence and any other benefits we are entitled too, i really do not know where to start..can anyonr please helplisa 24+3 Hi Lisa If you get intouch with your local job centre they will let you know what you are entitled. I worked for mys...
Pay whilst in Hospital?|
By Sammy1987 on 24/01/2009 in forum
am i entitled to be paid by my employer when i was admitted to hospital?
...it probably depends on your company's sick pay policy. Refer to your contract of employment in the first instance. If you're still not clear, you may wish to check with the employment advice website ACAS (www.acas.org.uk) They're a sod to get through
Maternity leave: returning to work|
By Monica Stylli on 13/08/2007 in Your baby and you
Know what you’re entitled to and what to do if you experience any problems with your employer.
During pregnancy it’s important to know what you’re entitled to in terms of maternity leave and pay – check out our guide to your statutory maternity employment benefits if you are unsure of your rights.So what happens when you return to work? You
Women encouraged to continue breastfeeding from the office|
By Kimberley Smith on 29/11/2010 in Breast and bottle feeding
Government asks employers to provide facilities for their breastfeeding mums to feed their babies or express milk at work
The Government has announced that employers should be expected to provide facilities for breastfeeding mums in their workforce. Measures would include providing private areas where mums could breastfeed or express milk and storage facilities
Maternity leave - your rights|
By ThinkBaby on 17/05/2010 in Pregnancy, work & childcare
Joanna Robson, founder of Babylaw Solicitors and an expert in maternity-related employment law, answers your questions about maternity leave
Am I entitled to maternity leave? Most women have a right to take up to 52 weeks’ maternity leave regardless of how long you've worked for your employer. Am I entitled to maternity pay?Provided you have worked for your employer continuously for 26
Nannies - childcare options|
By Maria Muennich on 20/08/2010 in Pregnancy, work & childcare
Nannies are a popular option. Know what to expect if you employ a nanny and how to find the right nanny for your child
for two families, reducing the costs for both ConsYou take on a large financial responsibility with a nanny and as an employer you will need to pay taxes and National Insurance contributions as well as her salary - a nanny is usually an expensive option
Returning to work after maternity leave|
By ThinkBaby on 12/04/2010 in Pregnancy, work & childcare
From staying in touch with work to negotiating flexible hours when you return, Joanna Robson, founder of Babylaw Solicitors and an expert in maternity-related employment law, makes sense of your maternity rights
My employer wants me to come back in for a few days before I return properly. Do I have to?You are entitled to attend work for a maximum of 10 days during your 52 week maternity leave in order to 'keep in touch' with your workplace and any of its
Talkback: Maternity rights - if you have a problem|
By katie franklin on 05/08/2012 in forum
I am 31 weeks pregnant, my employer has know about my pregnancy since being 3 moonths. I now have a new boss who has taken an instant dislik...
I am 31 weeks pregnant, my employer has know about my pregnancy since being 3 moonths. I now have a new boss who has taken an instant dislike to me. I was called in to the office on Friday and told that I was a ring leader in the office bitching