Understanding your responsibilities if your employee is expecting a baby
We hope that you find these resources useful in ensuring that good communication happens during pregnancy, maternity and on an employee’s return to work.
Our employer toolkits contain a bank of pre-prepared letters, check lists and ready-made policy templates for your HR colleagues and line managers. We also have a date calculator so you can keep on top of key dates when you are advised to remind your employee of their rights under equality law.
- Pre-pregnancy and pregnancy employer toolkit
- Maternity, paternity or shared parental leave and pay employer toolkit
- After maternity or adoption leave employer toolkit
- Adoption, paternity or shared parental leave for adoptive parents and pay employer toolkit
Our FAQs for employers contain all the information you should need about your obligations to your employee and how to manage an employee through pregnancy, maternity and her return to work including a legal overview of the relevant legislation.
You can also test your knowledge with our interactive quiz.
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Last updated: 15 Mar 2017