HappyMondayKidz Tue 27-Aug-19 16:25:41. 0000015732 00000 n
So please no hating on me. Sent from my Nexus 6P using Netmums mobile app, I would say the bank work would not count towards continuous service and that youd receive smp only. Do I qualify for NHS Occupational Maternity Pay? It will cater for NHS maternity schemes (you need to click change assumptions after you have done the first calculation and change to "occupational" and enter NHS scheme details, also make sure you have the right holiday, pension contribution etc. I just want to see roughly how much I should expect to see if we can afford it with out outgoings! It's unbelievably complicated to work out. This is based on 5.6% pension rate because earnings are higher than £15,432.00 and lower than £21,477.99 a year, 20.00% Tax rate for earnings between £12,501.00 and £50,000.00 a year and 12% National Insurance rate for earnings between £792.01 and £4,167 a month. I'm currently work for the nhs and on maternity leave I wasn't given an option of the 6/9 month option I recieved full pay for 8 weeks, then half pay + statutory pay and now im on just statory pay. I would expect you to pay little tax and ni. Now, if like me you choose to get it averaged over the 39 weeks, this is how it works – boy is it complicated! Join us to discuss where next for the health and care system in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. 0000065985 00000 n
I'd work as many hours as pos in the first couple of months to get decent pay x, Yeah that would be great if you don't mind. I can't help but just wanted to say I'm in a similar boat (band 6) and just cannot work it out due to tax and NI. Hi Adee
You get full pay for 8 weeks and half for a further 6 months+statutory which normally tops up to a full wage. It is the lowest salary on the scale. I'm in NI so maybe slightly less again. Access the NHS Terms and Conditions (Agenda for Change) pay scales for 2020/21 hourly rates. In order to qualify for Statutory Maternity Pay you must have "26 weeks continuous service with the one (current) employer by the beginning of the fifteenth week before the expected week of childbirth (EWC)." If you have worked on the bank then this will not count as continuous service. X, I've looked at this recently. If you leave it the way they do it, you basically get more at the beginning and less at the end (I'm band 6 and get more than my usual monthly pay for the first couple of months and then just under full pay until 6 months and then stat for 3 months and then no pay). - Pension contributions will continue to be collected based on the occupational pay being paid as normal. 0000029119 00000 n
I got nearly my full wage on my first months maternity because they don't spread the 90% stat you get at the beginning. Hello I'm on a band 5 salary - bottom increment at £24,214. Can somebody explain to me how much I will get a monthy as my payday is monthly, and I am coming back to work after the maternity leave If I remember I will have a look tomorrow xxx, HR didn't send me a breakdown but the lady worked it out for me when I rang and asked.
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