What to tell an employer when you are pregnant

Crystal Bolton, one of Workingmums.co.uk’s legal experts has created a short video to inform female employees what they should do once they find out they are pregnant.

She says that employees should inform their employer of their pregnancy as soon as possible in writing, notifying them of the date the baby is due as well as the date on which they intend to start their maternity leave.

Once they are 20 weeks from their due date, their doctor or registered midwife will provide them with a “MAT B1” form, which will enable them to claim either Statutory Maternity Pay (SMP) from their employer or, if they don’t qualify, Maternity Allowance from Jobcentre Plus. It is important to give this to employers as soon as possible.





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