nhs maternity pay not returning to work

Calculate the amount you get with enhanced pay compared to the amount on SMP though, it's worth taking into consideration. What is the NHS Occupational Maternity Pay scheme? Please flag if you think our product match is incorrect.

Bottom . (nearly 60 pages of it!) Hi everyone - I wonder if anyone has any advice on this - My NHS maternity leave is due to end soon. In my experience they are hardly ever approved but the ones I have received have been about child are costs etc which as harsh as it sounds is not the Trusts issue really so I have rejected a number of these. Ideally I would transfer to something local and part time, thereby enabling me to be with my Mum before and after work, have my DD in a local nursery, and not owe anything back! Could you manage 3 days a week childcare costs? We use this survey to best match you or your baby/child to products we have for…. I can't help you but my sister in law has just gone back to her nhs job, she has managed to use her holidays to only work 2 days per week for the 12 weeks, don't know how she didit but maybe you could do something similar? I'm not back at work yet and looking through the paperwork about my maternity pay looks like I would have to pay back around 2 thousand pounds which I can't afford! Requesting flexible working Help: not returning to NHS and not repaying occupational maternity pay?

I know of someone who wanted to go back part time but use their annual leave for the 3 months and then handed in their notice, but would feel really cheeky doing that. It seems that you are not planning to return to work yet due to your caring role for your mum, rather than to be a sahm. I would accrue about 30 days annual leave though which I suppose I could ask if I could use when my mat leave ends. In my Trust they are considered by the Head of HR and the Head of Finance but this will vary by Trust. I always thought you had to go back for three months or you had to pay it back.

I cannot access the documents on the NHS business services authority pages to check the full and correct wording. I have read on some pages that if your circumstances change, your nHS manager has the authority to decide whether or not you actually have to pay back the occupational part of your maternity pay (OMP) if you are unable to return to work, and paying back the money would cause financial hardship. Thanks everyone, that does help a bit! (ETA Cedar has now answered this so ignore!). Come and join the chat! Only files 8MB or smaller of the following types are supported: JPEG, PNG, GIF. if you earnt an extra £5,000 on enhanced pay you would still be 'up' even paying out for childcare for 3 months afterwards and then leaving anyway IYKWIM? Has this become more common across the nhs? The only other option I can think of is to ask for gardening leave for ever how many months you think you'll need so that you could return in the future but again this is discretionary xx. Also, my job is in London and we have relocated to the S Coast to be with my Mum. Does anyone know anything about maternity pay for the NHS?

I'm full time over 5 days atm (band 5 community). Unfortunately maternity pay is very low but you are not entitled to ‘remuneration’ (normal salary) during maternity leave as you can only get maternity pay during this period.
I doubt however that the local manager would have the delegated authority to approve your application for this to be written off I think it would be a higher level of management to be honest. I did the official route of requesting PT after my first son last year but she said it wouldn't be good for the business due to us only being a small team. I have been told by my work that I would have to apply to the Trust in writing, and that a finance committee would have to consider my request, ie this appears to be rather a more complicated process than just my manager making the decision, and presumably could take some time? Working for the nhs you can also apply for carers leave, then use the 33 days of annual leave then you shoild be able to cover the 3 months. and.

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I think your circumstances are very unique and I would suggest that you arrange a meeting with your Manager and HR advisor and present your formal request in writing providing as much detail as you can. I was told it had to all be agreed at 20 weeks when I hand in my cert. If you return part-time 'officially' it's still only 3 months you have to work to avoid paying back your enhanced mat pay. It seems that you are not planning to return to work yet due to your caring role for your mum, rather than to be a sahm. If you'd like to join this thread and meet others due this month too, please introduce yourself. Hello. You should be able to get carers leave under circumstances like this. For the fastest help on, Breastfeeding: the trick to a comfy latch. Weeks 7 – 39 (inc) - 90% of average weekly earnings or (SMP- £135.45) per week, Weeks 40 – 52 (inc)      -        Unpaid Leave, If you have less than 26 weeks service you will be entitled to 52 weeks maternity leave. Or, you could speak to HR and organise a career break due to the circumstances.

Can't help worrying about this, and it's not long before I have to tell them what I'm doing! If you get another NHS job then its counted as continuous employment (that's one of the benefits of being employed by the NHS) so you wouldn't need to pay back the maternity pay. Do you have to pay back the maternity pay you received? In my experience they are hardly ever approved but the ones I have received have been about.

I would also pay a visit to your GP who will give you their support.

How many presents do you buy for your children. Tell Aunt Bessie’s all about your favourite roast dinner memory: £200 Amazon voucher prize! Sent from my iPhone using Netmums, Hi there. I cannot access the documents on the NHS business services authority pages to check the full and correct wording. That's really the only sure fire way to avoid a demand for repayment. A "salary sacrifice" arrangement will reduce the amount of salary that is liable to National Insurance Contributions. Register to share your thoughts or start your own discussion. Returning to work after Statutory Maternity Leave. Amazon and the Amazon logo are trademarks of Amazon.com, Inc. or its affiliates. Hiya, very sorry about your circumstances. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. If having indicated that you will return to work with NHS XXX for at least 3 months and you do not do so, or indicated a return to another NHS employer and you fail to forward a copy of your letter of appointment within 15 months of commencement of maternity leave, you will be required to refund your maternity pay as follows: You could ask for a career break instead for a year which would delay the repayment and also dependant on your mums condition, you may want to leave your options open to return at some point. I have read on some pages that if your circumstances change, your nHS manager has the authority to decide whether or not you actually have to pay back the occupational part of your maternity pay (OMP) if you are unable to return to work, and paying back the money would cause financial hardship. try carers.org x

Hi, Does anyone know anyone who has paid back their NHS maternity pay instead of returning to work for the 3 months. BabyCenter aims to share products and services we hope you’ll find interesting and helpful. What I don't have to say is what hours I am planning on yet (flexi working request). Louise H(1418) Keyword: Username: Filter: Page: 1. If you definitely accrue 30 days leave then you will be able to use this at the end of your Maternity Leave so you would only have under 2 months to work. Thanks again for all the help and suggestions xx. You have employment rights and responsibilities when you go back to work. Have you put your return to work  letter in, stating date of return? Hi everyone, thank you all for your kind and helpful comments. If you are undecided as to whether you wish to return to work, your entitlement to maternity leave/pay will be the same as though you were not returning to work (see section 4b). Is it different for staff working for the NHS? Good luck and best wishes. Hi everyone, We’re just getting ready for the MadeForMums Awards 2021 and we’re looking for home testers to help us judge some of the categories: everything from wipes to buggies to car seats! You have all been helpful though and given me some further avenues/options - thankyou xx. Has anyone else been in this situation? The only other option I can think of is to ask for gardening leave for ever how many months you think you'll need so that you could return in the future but again this is discretionary xx Hi everyone - I wonder if anyone has any advice on this - My NHS maternity leave is due to end soon. If having indicated that you will return to work with NHS XXX for at least 3 months and you do not do so, or indicated a return to another NHS employer and you fail to forward a copy of your letter of appointment within 15 months of commencement of maternity leave, you will be required to refund your maternity pay as follows: • If you have one or more years service at 11 weeks before the expected week of childbirth, you will be required to refund the whole of the maternity pay received, less Statutory Maternity Pay. Don't want to discuss with my manager until I know if it would be doable. You could also speak to a union rep and ask how aggressively you are likely to be pursued for any monies if you are unable to produce a med 3 although given your circumstances, I think it's highly likely that a GP would give you a sick note. You may find help and advice at your local carers centre or social services. • If you have less than 1 year's service and only received Statutory Maternity Pay, you will not be required to refund this. Sent from my iPad using Netmums, Working for the nhs you can also apply for carers leave, then use the 33 days of annual leave then you shoild be able to cover the 3 months. Sent from my GT-I9300 using Netmums mobile app, Hi everyone, thank you all for your kind and helpful comments. Check the directgov website as pp advises. I think its quite generous, the time for getting another NHS job before you have to pay the money back. Definitely see if you can be clever with your annual leave and as Saisi says don't feel guilty. Honestly, don't let them pressure you or get yourself stressed out. Ideally I would like to just get a job somewhere else working nights (where I work now is a day unit) but it's just getting over this 3 months that's going to be hard. The Employee Relations Department will be in touch with you by letter, not earlier than 28 days before the end of your paid maternity leave to ask your intentions for returning to work. Notts Lass, my understanding of it is that if you go back part time then the 3 months rule extends until you've worked the equivilent. Hi Louise I guess I could have appealed but don't want to cause tension as I have to go back. I have a feeling it's because things are always up in the air in the NHS lately, but I'll stand my ground and follow that advice, thanks Tweetie and Nottslass! Make sure you know what these are and what to do if you have any problems or you're denied your rights. Start as many threads here in Due in July 2021 category, from due dates to baby names, whatever you want…. Did you get anywhere regarding this issue? Louise have you spoke to HR and explained the situation? My manager is being terrific. You know you can go back on the bank don't you, that might suit your circumstances. Hiya, very sorry about your circumstances. You may find help and advice at your, I had extenuating circumstances that prevented me from returning, I had a sick note for 8 weeks and used my accrued annual leave to cover the rest of the 13 weeks so that I didn't have to repay OMP. This product is displayed based on comments within this post.

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