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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Acknowledgement of single period of SPL
    Acknowledgement of single period of SPL If an eligible employee has requested a single, continuous period of shared parental leave (SPL), they're entitled to take that leave on the dates they have notified. Use our acknowledgement letter to set out the legal position on various matters related to SPL.Employee's choiceIt's up to the two parents or adopters to agree between them how much SPL they each wish to take and whether they want to take the time off consecutively or concurrently. For example, they can alternate...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Period of leave notice for shared parental leave
    Period of leave notice for shared parental leaveAn employee must give not less than eight weeks' written notice of each block of shared parental leave (SPL) they intend to take by submitting a period of leave notice for shared parental leave.Notice requirementsAn employee must give you not less than eight weeks' written notice of each block of SPL they intend to take. This is called a Period of Leave Notice for Shared Parental Leave and it's a separate notice to the Notice of Entitlement to SPL. It simply specifies...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Shared parental leave and pay policy
    Shared parental leave and pay policyOur policy statement sets out the statutory rules relating to shared parental leave and pay. It ensures employees fully understand their rights, as well as their obligations, in relation to ending their maternity or adoption leave early, notifying you of their entitlement and intention to take shared parental leave and when they want their shared parental leave to start and end.Policy statementOur Shared Parental Leave and Pay Policy statement reflects the statutory provisions...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Declaration of consent and entitlement to SPL
    Declaration of consent and entitlement to SPLOur declaration of consent and entitlement to SPL is for use where the mother or primary adopter doesn't initially intend to take any SPL and instead they propose to transfer the full balance of their maternity or adoption leave to their partner or the child's father.A balance transferNormally, to qualify for SPL parents or adopters need to submit three separate forms - a maternity leave or adoption leave curtailment notice (only submitted by the mother or adopter),...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Notice of entitlement to SPL - mother or adopter
    Notice of entitlement to SPL - mother or adopterBoth parents or adopters must submit a notice of entitlement to each of their respective employers to indicate they plan to opt in to the shared parental leave (SPL) scheme. This is a complicated form requiring a great deal of information to be provided by the employee. Our notice of entitlement covers all that information and is the version to be used by the mother or adopter.  Purpose of noticeThe notice of entitlement is used to notify you that the employee...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Notice of entitlement to SPL - father or partner
    Notice of entitlement to SPL - father or partnerBoth parents or adopters must submit a notice of entitlement to each of their respective employers to indicate they plan to opt in to the shared parental leave (SPL) scheme. This is a complicated form requiring a great deal of information to be provided by the employee. Our notice of entitlement for father or partner covers all that information and is the version to be used by the father or partner.   Purpose of noticeThe notice of entitlement is used to notify...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Letter refusing discontinuous periods of SPL
    Letter refusing discontinuous periods of SPLIf you refuse an employee's request for discontinuous shared parental leave (SPL), the default position is that they are then entitled to take the total amount of SPL requested as a continuous block. However, the statutory provisions are more complicated than that so use our letter to set out the relevant requirements.Two choicesWhilst the default position here is that the employee can still take their SPL requested but as a single, continuous block (instead of as...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Acknowledgement of discontinuous periods of SPL
    Acknowledgement of discontinuous periods of SPL Unlike a request for a single period of shared parental leave (SPL), you don't have to agree to a request for discontinuous SPL. In this scenario, there's a two-week discussion period during which you can either accept the employee's request, propose alternative dates or reject it. Use our acknowledgement letter to set out the legal position upfront.Three optionsWhere your employee's request is for discontinuous SPL, the legislation provides that you and your employee...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Letter inviting employee to attend a SPLIT day
    Letter inviting employee to attend a SPLIT dayEmployees are permitted to work for occasional days during their shared parental leave (SPL) - these are called "shared parental leave in touch" (SPLIT) days. An employee is under no obligation to attend a SPLIT day - it's entirely their choice. But if you feel this process would be beneficial, you can explain why. You should also set out the details on pay. Use our letter for this purpose.20 SPLIT daysThe law enables an employee on SPL to agree with their employer...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Letter requesting evidence for SPL
    Letter requesting evidence for SPLOnce an employee has submitted a notice of entitlement for shared parental leave (SPL), you can ask them to provide certain supplementary documentation and information as set out in our letter requesting evidence for shared parental leave.  Birth casesWithin 14 days, beginning with the date on which the employee's notice of entitlement was given, you are entitled to ask them to provide:a copy of the child's birth certificate - or, if this has not yet been issued, a signed declaration...
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