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SSP1 - Statutory Sick Pay (SSP) and Incapacity Benefit

If you're an employer, use form SSP1 if a sick employee isn't entitled to SSP or if your payments of SSP to an employee end. Give the completed form to the employee, as they need it to make a claim for Incapacity …

Statutory Sick Pay (SSP) - When SSP ends

SSP liability ends but the employee is still sick

Developers Guide to SSP

Statutory Sick Pay guidance

SSP2 - Statutory Sick Pay Record Sheet

If you're an employer, you can use form SSP2 to record details of an employee's sickness absences. You don't have to use this form, but it will help you keep accurate records which will ensure that you pay the correct …

E14 (2012) Employer Helpbook for Statutory Sick Pay

Guidance for employers on how to pay Statutory Sick Pay

E14 (2011) Employer Helpbook for Statutory Sick Pay

Guidance for employers on how to pay Statutory Sick Pay

Statutory payments: Employer will not pay statutory payments

guidance about what an employer should do if they do not pay statutory payments;

SC2 Cymraeg

Tâl Salwch Statudol (SSP) Hysbysiad o salwch gan y cyflogai

Statutory Sick Pay (SSP) - Employees who cannot receive SSP when they go sick

SPM10505 - Statutory Sick Pay (SSP) - Employees who cannot receive SSP when they go sick Employee paid 28 weeks SSP from a former employer within linking period Prior to 27 October 2008, An employee is not entitled…

Minutes of Statutory Payment Consultation Group Meeting

Minutes of Statutory Payment Consultation Group Meeting

HMRC Employer Bulletin February 2010 Issue 36

HMRC Employer Bulletin February 2010 Issue 36

Bwletin y Cyflogwr 37

Helo a chroeso i rifyn arall o Fwletin y Cyflogwr sy'n cynnwys llawer o wybodaeth ddefnyddiol, nodiadau atgoffa a manylion ynghylch ychydig o'r cymorth sydd ar gael ar eich cyfer i'ch cynorthwyo i gyflawni eich …