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SHARED PARENTAL LEAVE: Failure to give enhanced pay was justified

03 October 2014  

A recent tribunal decision has given some clues on how to tackle the payment of employees on shared parental leave, reports Claire Hollins

A highly publicised and potentially significant employment tribunal decision has given some guidance to employers and their advisers on what to pay employees when they take additional paternity leave. The decision is also relevant for those employers considering what to pay employees taking shared parental leave when it comes into force next year.

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  • Case(s) Referenced:

    Eversheds Legal Services Ltd v De Belin [2011] UKEAT/0352/10

    Shuter v Ford Motor Company Ltd [2014] ET/3203504/2013

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