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  • Employment Memo - Pay and conditions - Pay - IV. Deductions - Unauthorised deductions - General rule - First limb - 3056
    Wages include (s 27 ERA 1996 ): - basic pay; - any fee, bonus, commission, holiday pay or other emolument referable to the worker's employment, whether payable under their contract or otherwise. Therefore, non-contractual bonuses are included if they can be shown to be normally expected and are treated as wages payable on the day on which payment is made ( -Kent Management Services Ltd v Butterfield [1992] IRLR 394, EAT ); - vouchers, stamps or similar documents which have a fixed value expressed in monetary...
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  • Employment Memo - Rights of parents and carers - Introduction - 4400
    Parents and carers are entitled to special rights at work. The structure of statutory parents' and carers' rights follows a broad logic, depending on the nature of the person being cared for and the relationship between them and the parent or carer. As a result, the person with the greatest rights is an expectant mother or main adopter, who has the right to take paid leave for antenatal care/adoption appointments, in addition to periods of paid and unpaid leave following the birth/adoption. At the other end...
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  • Employment Memo - Rights of parents and carers - Adoption rights - 4520
    The following table summarises the main rights of adopters to ordinary and additional leave and statutory adoption pay. ORDINARY ADOPTION LEAVE (OAL) ADDITIONAL ADOPTION LEAVE (AAL) STATUTORY ADOPTION PAY (SAP) QUALIFICATION FOR RIGHT Employees who are adopting; and who have agreed to placement with approved agency Earn at least NI contributions lower earnings limit (ΒΆ4401) for 8 weeks up to and including week in which they are notified of match for adoption QUALIFYING PERIOD None 26 weeks' continuous employment...
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  • Employment Memo - Rights of parents and carers - Remedies - 4760
    Employees have a right not to suffer a detriment, be unfairly dismissed or be less favourably treated as a consequence of exercising their rights to time off, leave and statutory pay. They also have additional specific remedies that will apply to each of these rights.
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  • Employment Memo - Ending employment - Employee rights on insolvency - State guaranteed payments - a. Types of payment - 9045
    Employees of an insolvent employer can apply to BEIS for the following state guaranteed payments (payable from the National Insurance Fund): - statutory redundancy payments; - certain debts; and - unpaid pension contributions to an occupational pension scheme or a personal pension scheme. An employee of an insolvent employer can recover her statutory maternity pay from the Commissioners of HM Revenue and Customs (reg 7 Statutory Maternity Pay (General) Regulations 1986 , as amended; s 1(2) Social Security Contributions...
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