HR Toolkit: Having a Baby

This HR Toolkit: Having a Baby helps you manage maternity and paternity leave effectively, consistently and legally.

Complete Guide to Having a Baby

My HR Toolkit: Having a Baby will help you manage your approach and expectations when an employee is having a baby.

With my HR Toolkit: Having a Baby you can be confident you won’t miss a critical step in the process from ante-natal appointments, agreeing to the period of leave, keeping in touch through the absence to welcoming your employee back to work. I include a fully editable template policies which meet the statutory requirements, I also provide a library of template letters and forms which will enable you to manage the period of leave.

And if you need extra help or advice, I’m just a phone call away. Contact me.

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Content of the Kea HR Toolkit: Having a Baby

The Managers Guidance Notes have been compiled to support you step by step through managing the maternity and paternity leave periods.

  1. Overview of Entitlements
  2. Definitions
  3. IVF Treatment
  4. Maternity Leave and Pay
  5. Paternity Leave and Pay
  6. Shared Parental Leave and Pay
  7. Unpaid Parental Leave

To support the guidance notes you will also receive all the templates you might need when you manage maternity, paternity and adoption leave and pay, including:

  1. Model IVF, Maternity, Paternity and Shared parental leave policies
  2. Letter responding to employee’s notice regarding Maternity Leave Period and Pay and explaining her rights
  3. Risk assessment form for new and expectant mothers
  4. Letter inviting new or expectant mother to meeting to discuss removing or reducing health and safety risks
  5. Letter setting out temporary adjustments to working conditions or hours of work for a new or expectant mother
  6. Letter confirming suspension from work on H&S grounds
  7. Letter responding to employee who has given notice of revised maternity leave start date
  8. Letter to an employee whose maternity leave has been automatically triggered by maternity-related absence
  9. Letter responding to an employee whose maternity leave has been triggered by the early birth of their child
  10. Letter informing an employee that their statutory maternity pay has been recalculated
  11. Letter to an employee who suffers a miscarriage or stillbirth or whose baby dies after birth explaining their maternity rights
  12. Letter asking employee on maternity leave to work keeping-in-touch day
  13. Letter to employee on maternity leave reminding them of expected return date
  14. Letter To Employee Who Has Failed To Return To Work When Expected From Maternity Leave
  15. Letter Accepting the Employees Resignation
  16. Letter responding to request for paternity leave confirming leave and pay entitlement
  17. Letter responding to request for paternity leave confirming leave entitlement but not pay
  18. Letter explaining right to request time off to accompany pregnant woman at an antenatal or adoption appointment
  19. Letter confirming continuous period of shared parental leave
  20. Letter agreeing to discontinuous periods of shared parental leave
  21. Letter inviting employee to meeting to discuss request for discontinuous periods of shared parental leave
  22. Letter rejecting request for discontinuous periods of shared parental leave
  23. Letter asking employee on shared parental leave to work shared-parental-leave-in-touch (SPLIT) day
  24. Letter responding to employee’s request to work shared-parental-leave-in-touch (SPLIT) day
  25. Letter accepting an employee’s request to take unpaid parental leave
  26. Letter informing an employee of ineligibility for unpaid parental leave
  27. Letter postponing a period of unpaid parental leave

I also include the following How To Guides:

  • KIT Days
  • Deal With the Holiday Entitlement of an Employee Taking Maternity Leave
  • Deal With An Employee Who Has A Second Pregnancy While on Maternity Leave
  • Deal With An Employee Affected By Still-birth or Miscarriage
  • Deal with employees on fixed-term contracts who are pregnant or on maternity leave

Last updated: October 2021.

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In addition to the HR Toolkit: Having a Baby or Adopting a Child you will receive:

Support with Interpretation and Application
I will be available, at no extra charge in the first 12 months of purchase, to provide you with a quick check on the interpretation or application of the content of the HR Toolkit: Having a Baby or Adopting a Child. There are no limits on the number of times you can use the facility, or the length of time each situation takes to resolve. You can use the facility to clarify a step in the process, seek advice on a specific situation that is happening in your business or send me a letter you have amended to check it is still legally compliant.
Always Up To Date
I am constantly reviewing the content of my HR Toolkit: Having a Baby or Adopting a Child and if I make any changes within the first 12 months of purchase I will pass these on to you at no extra charge.
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