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31 January 2024 - Statutory Sick Pay - Oral evidence

Committee Work and Pensions Committee
Inquiry Statutory Sick Pay

Wednesday 31 January 2024

Start times: 9:15am (private) 9:25am (public)


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Statutory Sick Pay inquiry: MPs to question Employment Minister and employers and insurers—Wednesday 31 January at 9.25am

The Work and Pensions Committee will take evidence from the Minister for Employment, Jo Churchill MP, as part of its inquiry examining the effectiveness of Statutory Sick Pay (SSP) and how it might be reformed to better support the recovery and return to work of people who claim it.

Meeting details

At 9:25am: Oral evidence
Inquiry Statutory Sick Pay
Senior Policy Adviser at Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development
Head of Health and Protection Insurance at Association of British Insurers
UK Policy and Advocacy Chair at Federation of Small Businesses
Policy and research officer at Chartered Institute of Payroll Professionals
At 10:25am: Oral evidence
Inquiry Statutory Sick Pay
Minister for Employment at Department for Work and Pensions
Director, Joint Work and Health Directorate at Department of Health and Social Care
Deputy Director, Fit Note and Statutory Sick Pay at Department of Health and Social Care

Before questioning the Minister and officials from the Department of Health and Social Care, MPs will hear from organisations with an employers’ perspective of SSP. Questions are likely to focus on how well the current system is working, how sickness impacts on businesses of different sizes and the case for reforming SSP.

Previously the Committee took evidence from academic researchers and employee representatives.

Location

Room 16, Palace of Westminster

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