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SSP2 - Statutory Sick Pay Record Sheet

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If you're an employer, you can use form SSP2 to record details of an employee's sickness absences. You don't have to use this form, but it will help you keep accurate records which will ensure that you pay the correct amount of Statutory Sick Pay (SSP).

 

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Statutory Sick Pay (SSP): employer guide (Opens new window)
Employer information on Statutory Sick Pay (SSP), including when you need to pay SSP and when you don't

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More detailed guidance about Statutory Sick Pay

If you're an employer, you can use form SSP2 to record details of an employee's sickness absences. You don't have to use this form, but it will help you keep accurate records which will ensure that you pay the correct amount of SSP.

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