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When a new employee starts with a new company, there are several internal and external factors that can affect the employment relationship. An internal factor could be training. If an employee does not get sufficient training or the training that they may have been promised at the start of employment
Three different types of employment status are an employee, a worker and self-employed. An employee can be part-time, full-time, permanent or temporary. They will work under a contract of employment which can be written or verbal. They have full rights. All employees will be workers but not all workers are employees. Workers do still have some rights. Workers will be working under various contracts. Workers do have part rights. This is one
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SMP is payable for 39 weeks and the first six weeks is paid at 90 percent of the average weekly earnings. The following 33 weeks will be paid at the SMP rate or 90 per cent of the average weekly earnings whichever is the lower. Tax and NI will still be deducted during this time.
Shared parental leave and pay if eligible.
Employees have a right to keep all of their employment rights while you're on maternity leave; this includes pay rises and accruing annual leave. You also have the right to 10 paid ‘keeping in touch’ days, however you don’t have to use these.
All women have a right to return to work after maternity leave, no matter what size their employer's company is. If an employee wishes to return to work sooner than the 52 weeks statutory leave, they must inform their employer 8 weeks in advance.
Paternity leave
Employees have the right to statutory paternity leave and pay if they and their partner are having a baby, adopting a child or having a baby through surrogacy.
Employees have a right Statutory paternity pay is either £139.58 a week or 90% of their weekly earnings, whichever is the lowest just like SMP.
Employees have the right to unpaid leave to accompany a pregnant woman to 2 antenatal appointments of up to 6 and a half hour.
Shared parental leave and pay if eligible.
Like maternity


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