Understanding the Implications of Shared Parental Leave
In April this year, new laws governing employment will come into place which aim to give parents greater flexibility regarding childcare.
Shared Parental Leave (SPL) enables parents to share the leave entitlement, allowing them to choose how to share time off work after a child is born or adopted. However, the new legislation raises a number of new issues, from the way in which requests will be managed to how employers will communicate with one another.
Our eBook offers guidance on all these issues and more, helping you to understand the following:
- The top line facts regarding Shared Parental Leave
- The new layer that SPL will add to existing Maternity and Paternity Leave processes
- Which employees are eligible for SPL and Shared Parental Pay (ShPP)
- How to create an SPL strategy that will minimise administrative overhead whilst still complying with the legislation
- The implications the new laws will have for payroll
To find out more and to make sure that your business is fully prepared for the new legislation, download our eBook today by completing the form below.