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Pregnancy, work and maternity pay question

Dear all

I have a quick question.

I'm pregnant and have been signed off to 50% workload for the rest of pregnancy due to some health problems and the nature of my job.

Does anyone know, will his affect my maternity pay? Since I did not plan for this to happen and have a doctors note I'm thinking not right?

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No it will not.
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Re: Pregnancy, work and maternity pay question

Hi Finkle

I was also signed off 50% before my maternity leave started but it did not effect the maternity leave at all. You still get paid 100% up until you give birth (ie. paid for working), and then your maternity leave begins on the day you give birth.

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Re: Pregnancy, work and maternity pay question

Hi,
I agree with the others. I needed to completely stop working nearly two months before the due date, and I was still paid my full salary. My doctor filled out some forms, and all was taken care of.
Maternity leave began on the day of my baby's birth.
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