HMRC Announces Webinars On Statutory Payments

HM Revenue & Customs has announced a series of free webinars throughout October aimed at helping employers understand statutory payments for sick pay, maternity pay and parental leave.

The webinars include:

• Statutory Sick Pay

Feel better about SSP - find out when to pay, how much and for how long during this interactive webinar.

Wednesday 5 October - 13.00 to 14.00.

• Statutory payments for births
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Learn about the qualifying conditions, how much to pay, what you can claim back and more.

Thursday 6 October - 11.00 to 12.00.

• Statutory Shared Parental Pay and Leave

Find out about your employees' pay and leave entitlements, who qualifies and the records you need to keep.

Friday 7 October - 11.00 to 12.00.

Registration for the three events is open now and available through the HMRC website.


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