Paternity Rights
Paternity Rights

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Statutory Paternity Leave
Statutory Paternity Leave
Statutory paternity leave is two weeks' paid leave after your baby is born. You have to take this leave as a block of either one or two weeks. You don't have to take your leave immediately after the birth - you can take it any time, so long as it is completed by the 56th day after your baby is born. Unlike maternity leave, you can't start your leave before your baby is born. To take paternity leave, you must notify your employer of your intentions by the 15th week before the expected week of childbirth. You will need to let your employer know the date your baby is due, the date you intend to start leave and whether you'd like to take one or two weeks' leave.
Paternity Leave
To be eligible for paternity leave, you must be the biological father of the baby or the mother's husband or partner, and expect to have responsibility for raising the child. Both paternity leave and pay are dependent on how long you've worked for your current employer. To qualify for both, you must have been employed for 26 weeks by the 15th week before the date of childbirth.
Statutory paternity pay (SPP)
Statutory paternity pay (SPP)
During paternity leave, you are entitled to Statutory Paternity Pay at a flat rate of £108.85 a week, or 90 per cent of your average earnings if you earn less than £108.85 per week. To qualify for SPP, you must earn as least £84 per week and give 28 days' notice of when you'd like pay to start. You also need to give your employer a self-certificate to confirm you are entitled to SPP. This form is called SC3 'Becoming a Parent', and you can download it from the HM Revenue & Customs website.
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