Contents tagged with Shared Parental Pay
With productivity being a subject of great debate, it has led to many suggesting that benefits packages are the way to go in order to motivate staff, especially those with a “millennial work ethic”. Essentially, millennials want to see a direct impact and return for their efforts and, more often than not, value family over work. Therefore, enticing benefits such as Shared Parental Leave (“SPL”) is a sure way to retain top talent.
In this article we look at three parental leave packages you could aspire to use.
Netflix has one of the most generous parental leave policies in the world. Parents are allowed to take off as much time as they want during the first year following their child’s birth or adoption, and they will continue to be paid … more
The Employment Appeal Tribunal (“EAT”) has decided that failure to pay a male employee enhanced shared parental pay, in circumstances where it paid enhanced pay to women on maternity leave, was not direct sex discrimination.
In the case of Capita Customer Management Ltd v Ali, the EAT overturned the Employment Tribunal’s (“ET”) decision which had found sex discrimination on the basis that the claimant, who was planning to take shared parental leave, was entitled to compare himself with a woman taking maternity leave as they accepted that the main purpose of both types of leave was to care for the child.
In this case, female employees were entitled to maternity pay comprising 14 weeks’ basic pay followed by 25 weeks’ statutory … more