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However, nearly a quarter of them (23%) - more than 140,000 new fathers - did not qualify for the up to two weeks' statutory paternity pay.
MPs are calling for statutory paternity pay to be paid at 90% of the father's wages (capped for higher earners).
Statutory Paternity Pay (SPP) is paid at PS140.98 per week (or 90% of average earnings, whichever's lower).
Provided that you earn at least PS112 per week (before tax) you should also qualify for statutory paternity pay.
Conversely, there will be no increases to rates of maternity allowance, statutory maternity pay, statutory paternity pay, statutory adoption pay and statutory sick pay.
Statutory paternity pay is PS138.18 a week or 90% of your average weekly earnings - whichever is lower - but you may be entitled to more if your contract says so.
A Statutory Paternity Pay ( SPP) may be paid by youremployer so youcan take time off workwhen your wife ( or partner or civil partner) gives birth, although certainconditionswill have to bemet.
Under the new Work and Families Bill, men staying at home with their newborn will be eligible for statutory paternity pay of pounds 106 a week or half that if their partner has returned to work after six months.
They will be entitled to Statutory Paternity Pay of pounds 100 a week, or 90 per cent of average weekly earnings if they make between pounds 75 and pounds 100.
The new HR management and payroll product supports the upcoming Statutory Paternity Pay Legislation which is due to be introduced in the UK in April 2003.
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