Enter Absence Count (Number of occurrences) and Days Absent (Total Number of Absent Days) to calculate employee bradford factor.
Statutory Sick Pay (SSP) is paid by employers to eligible employees who have been absent from work through illness for a minimum of 4 consecutive days, including nonworking days. There is no entitlement for 3 days or less, unless you've received SSP during the previous 8 weeks and remain eligible. It is paid as per normal wages and has the usual Tax and National Insurance deductions applied.
The weekly rate for SSP is £87.55 and it is paid for a maximum of 28 weeks. It is possible for an employee to receive more than this if in a 'company sick pay scheme' or 'occupational scheme'. However, it is illegal to receive less than this in a week. (It is pro-rated, so if an employee is not absent for a full week, they will not receive a full week SSP, because they will receive normal pay). An employee may receive multiple payments, if they have more than one employer.
If an employee believes that they are not receiving the correct SSP and their employer believes that it is correct, they can contact Her Majestys Revenue and Customs (HMRC) on:
|Telephone:||0300 200 3500|
|Textphone:||0300 200 3519|
|Business hours||Monday to Friday |
8am to 5pm
In order to qualify for SSP, an employee must:
An employee won't qualify if:
If ineligible or SSP ends, an employee may be able to apply for Employment and Support Allowance (ESA) .