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    Default Paid parental leave question

    Hi, I just have a quick question about the governments paid parental leave. I just wanted to see if anyone already knew before ringing or emailing someone about it.

    I am currently on the ppl which is due to finish on the 5th of June 2016. My work wants me to start back on the 1st of June.

    As there are only a few days difference is this something I have to notify them about?

    Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thank-you

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    You are allowed to work 10 days Max in your PPL. So that will be fine.

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    If you want to Google, i think these are called "keeping in touch days".

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    Keeping in touch days are for attending meetings/training. If you go in to actually do work you are considered to have returned to work and PPL is no longer payable. Even for a few days you need to tell them. It could be picked up through data matching otherwise and you'd have to repay any PPL you got from be time you returned.

    https://www.humanservices.gov.au/cus...ntal-leave-pay

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    Thanks @Pixie Dust. That link provides the info i was thinking of.

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    Thanks ladies for the info, I wasn't really sure. I will make sure I contact someone on Tuesday to advise


 

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