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EY maternity policy?

 
#1 EY maternity policy?
05/08/2009 14:48

anon

Can anyone provide me with any info on EY's maternity policy? Not the kind of thing I want to ask as part of my recruiment process but interested to see if it differ's significantly from the Big 4 firm I am currently at

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#2 RE: EY maternity policy?
05/08/2009 23:23

mb to anon (#1)

Stat min, if you're lucky. If you're not, you'll be out of the door as soon as they find out.

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#3 RE: EY maternity policy?
06/08/2009 01:23

Anon to mb (#2)

Haven't worked at EY for a while, but it used to be:

Weeks 1-6 Statutory Maternity Pay (SMP) at 90% of relevant earnings

Weeks 7-22 Discretionary occupational maternity pay at 50% of notional salary before the commencement of maternity leave plus standard rate SMP at £112.75 per week (or 90% of notional salary, if lower)

Weeks 23-39 Standard rate SMP at £112.75 per week (or 90% of relevant earnings, if lower)

Weeks 40-52 No maternity pay

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#4 RE: EY maternity policy?
06/08/2009 13:08

anon to Anon (#3)

Thanks for info - appears not as good compared to other Big 4?

Anyone have any other insight on this?

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#5 RE: EY maternity policy?
07/08/2009 19:57

Curious to anon (#4)

What are other big 4 policies? I've never thought about this (I'm male), but I'd be interested how the diversity all the Big 4 promote is reflected in their real policies.

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#6 RE: EY maternity policy?
07/08/2009 22:48

Accenturite to Curious (#5)

Accenture give 9 months full pay :-)

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#7 EY maternity policy?
10/08/2009 14:15

anon to Accenturite (#6)

ACN at 9 months is FAR better than PwC - which is 8 weeks full pay and then statutory for the remainder.

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