An Introduction to Employer Statutory Payments
Employers and agents are responsible for four family-related statutory payments, statutory sick pay and national minimum wage compliance, which at times involves understanding legislation of significant complexity and the interaction between the payments themselves and the complimentary leave entitlements.
From the convenience of your desk, this live broadcast session will focus on pay entitlements rather than the employment law aspects of statutory leave.
What You Will Learn
This live session will cover the following:
- Family and absence related statutory payments
- Terminology - for HR, payroll teams and employees
- Eligibility - qualifying service and earnings
- Notice and evidence
- Exclusions and how to handle them
- Handling statutory payments - when, how much and what happens to optional remuneration arrangements (salary sacrifice) during the different pay periods
- Employment rights - KIT days, return to work and termination of employment
- Might shared parental pay help with your gender pay gap - a reminder of how it works and the flexibility for parents and businesses, not just complexity
- The scenarios we don't often come across but still need to understand - overseas adoptions, surrogate parents, two jobs and SMP
- Key cases that have shaped statutory payments - Alabaster, Gillespie, Stringer and Donaldson
- Recovery of costs for employers
- Why are HMRC finding so many employers aren't compliant for National Minimum Wage (NMW) leading to naming and shaming and millions of pounds of calculated arrears?
- What are the types of worker and how do contracts have to match pay?
- Who doesn't qualify for NMW?
- What are the do's and don'ts around pay, hours and NMW compliance?
- How will the new regulations in April 2019 on payslip detail affect your organisation?
- Future developments - the SSP review, bereavement pay and leave
Recording of live sessions: Soon after the Learn Live session has taken place you will be able to go back and access the recording - should you wish to revisit the material discussed.