Your employer will no doubt have a policy that sets out what you need to do. In brief, you need to tell your employer (as soon as possible):
Whilst you don’t have to put this in writing, it is advisable to do so.
You should also provide a certificate from your doctor or midwife (a MAT B1).
Disclaimer: This information is provided for general guidance only and is not intended to constitute legal advice. You must consult our employment solicitors if you require advice on your situation or circumstances.
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