SSP Pay Instruction
Statutory Sick Pay (SSP) is paid to employees if they are too ill to work. The entitlement for sick pay depends on a number of factors and will be unique to the employee's circumstances. Sick pay can be paid for up to 28 weeks.
Unlike other statutory absences you can no longer reclaim any compensation for sick pay.
To create an SSP absence you should create a new SspPayInstruction for the employee.
|AverageWeeklyEarningOverride||Money||no||Optional override value to the Average Weekly Earnings calculation. If this value is set then the calculated value is ignored.|
Interits from: AbsencePayInstruction[Schema]
|AbsenceStart||xsd:date||yes||The start date of the employee absence.|
|AbsenceEnd||xsd:date||no||The end date of the employee absence, leave blank if the absence is long-term and the end date is not known.|
|StatutoryOffset||xsd:boolean||yes||Flag to indicate if the statutory payment should be offset.|
Interits from: PayInstruction [Schema]
See Understanding Pay Instructions for more information on how pay instructions can be used.
|StartDate||xsd:date||yes||The date the instruction will come into effect.|
|EndDate||xsd:date||no||The date the instruction will end, open ended instructions will run forever.|
|Description||xsd:string ( max: 200)||no||The pay line descripton override; this description will override the default description from the pay code. See Customising the Payslip for more information on customising the payslip output and using runtime variables.|
|PayLineTag||xsd:string ( max: 100)||no||If specified, the PayLineTag value is used to decorate all child pay lines generated by the instruction.|