Shared Parental Leave and Pay Explained Webinar

Please note this webinar details NHS SBS processes and therefore are only intended for members that work for NHS organisations that are administered by NHS SBS.

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Shared Parental Leave and Pay Explained Webinar - 5th November 2024

This webinar is aimed at employees looking to start a family and interested in find out how the can share the leave and pay with their partner. This will cover the following:

  • Statutory shared parental pay
  • Occupational shared parental pay and how this is shared depending on which partner works for the NHS
  • Shared parental leave
  • Shared parental in touch days
  • Eligibility and notice periods
  • How leave and pay can be split – scenarios

If you are interested in Shared Parental, we suggest attending the Maternity & Adoption webinar first to understand all your options.

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