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Sick pay
« on: 04-05-21, 12:11PM »
Hi, I’m currently on long term absence and only received SSP for the last 4 weeks. I’m trying to get my head round how sick pay allowance is worked out. I’ve currently been off for 6 weeks and had 2 weeks with the same condition last year. I also had to isolate for 2 weeks as well. I will have 18 years service in June.

Please could someone tell me how many weeks sick pay I will have on this date?

If you are on long term sick and run out of sick pay are you allowed to use holidays?

Thanks in advance


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Re: Sick pay
« Reply #1 on: 04-05-21, 02:19PM »
Your sick pay should be 1 week. For every year worked reducing every year you have sick so if you work for 15 years and 2 years ago you had say 3 weeks last year 1 week then this year the max would be 11 weeks but if you have used up your sick then it restart on the aniversery of your start date to a minimum of 6 weeks.

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Re: Sick pay
« Reply #2 on: 04-05-21, 03:29PM »
Thanks for the reply. So I’ll be starting again with 6 weeks in June. If I take no time off in the next 12 months how much does the amount of weeks increase by? Thanks.

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Re: Sick pay
« Reply #3 on: 05-05-21, 04:12PM »
1 week from June 2022 to 7 weeks

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« Reply #4 on: 25-05-21, 09:46PM »
Apologies as I am quite new to this. I just wanted to find out what the current guidelines are for pregnant colleague and coronavirus. I last heard that the guidance was when you get to 28 weeks you have to shield? Please can someone advise?
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