The following Employment precedent produced in partnership with Natasha Joffe of Outer Temple Chambers provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:
[Insert in para 8.2 of claim form ET1:]
The Claimant was employed by the Respondent from [insert date] as an [insert role] at the Respondent’s premises at [insert address].
The Claimant’s partner is employed by [insert name of employer] and has been so employed continuously since [insert date]. The Claimant’s partner has been earning £250 per week throughout the period of her employment with [insert name of employer].
On [insert date], the Claimant’s partner gave birth to a baby of whom the Claimant is the father. Apart from the Claimant’s partner, the Claimant has the main responsibility for the care of the baby.
On or about [insert date] the Claimant gave the Respondent notice of his intention to take shared parental leave. His notice complied with Regulation 9 of the Shared Parental Leave Regulations 2014 in that it included:
the Claimant’s name;
the Claimant’s partner’s name;
the start and end dates of the Claimant’s partner’s statutory maternity leave;
the total amount of shared parental leave available to the Claimant and his partner;
the Claimant’s partner’s estimated week of confinement;
how much shared parental leave the Claimant and his partner each intended to take;
information as to when the Claimant intended to take shared parental leave.
The Claimant included in his notice a signed declaration that:
he satisfied the
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