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    As long as you aren't working while receiving PPL. Otherwise they cut you off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamasupial View Post
    If PPL has already been approved then I don't see what the issue is. Especially if she is still employed at that time or met employment criteria before having baby.
    This is from services Australia:

    As an employer, you must provide Parental Leave Pay to an eligible employee who meets all of the following:

    has a newborn or recently adopted child

    has worked for you for at least 12 months before the expected date of birth or adoption

    will be your employee until at least the end of their Paid Parental Leave period

    lives in Australia

    expects to get at least 8 weeks of Parental Leave Pay.

    If your employee doesn’t meet the above criteria, you don't need to provide Parental Leave Pay. However, if you both agree, you can still provide it to an employee who's eligible but doesn't meet these criteria. 

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    So that's from the employer's side. For the OP's part she can't start working anywhere during the payment period.

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    Default PPL and quitting my job

    Quote Originally Posted by Kalina View Post
    This is from services Australia:

    As an employer, you must provide Parental Leave Pay to an eligible employee who meets all of the following:

    has a newborn or recently adopted child

    has worked for you for at least 12 months before the expected date of birth or adoption

    will be your employee until at least the end of their Paid Parental Leave period

    lives in Australia

    expects to get at least 8 weeks of Parental Leave Pay.

    If your employee doesn’t meet the above criteria, you don't need to provide Parental Leave Pay. However, if you both agree, you can still provide it to an employee who's eligible but doesn't meet these criteria. 
    Thanks for clarifying so I should hold off on advising them of anything until the end of my PPL which I believe is in Feb but due to payment schedule will be paid in March.

    I plan on resigning and probably won’t get another job until the new fin year due to some personal changes, another reason I can’t go back to my current job sadly.


 

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