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Claiming Back Statutory Sick Pay (SSP) due to Coronavirus

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Your business could be eligible for support if you employed fewer than 250 employees on 30 November 2021, and you’ve paid Statutory Sick Pay (SSP) to your employees for coronavirus-related sickness absences.

You could reclaim up to two weeks’ SSP you have paid to your employees, at the relevant standard weekly rate of £96.35, for any eligible periods of coronavirus-related sickness from 21 December 2021.

For full guidance, including eligibility and how to make a claim, search ‘coronavirus-related SSP’ on GOV‌‌‌.UK.

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