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  1. I'm going through some 'old' accounts and may have an issue. One of the employees was paid for SMP in the year 2007 - 2008 and yet for the 3 years prior to going on maternity leave they had only ever worked for 11 hours per week and had never qualified / paid any NI. TBH, she took home more SMP then she did wages. This seems strange to me, does anyone know the qualifying rules for 2007 or able to point me in the right direction. Thanks in advance.
  2. I am pregnant and being made redundant. My qualifying week will fall within my notice period (if I choose to work this). Will I still be entitled to SMP? If so, am I also entitled to any other benefits such as accrued annual leave for the SMP period, keeping in touch days etc. Thanks for any advice!
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