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Debnew75 Tue 07-Jul-15 15:20:07

Hi Ladies,
Considering taking a job with BMI healthcare but don't want to bits toy ask about mat leve before secure job offer. Does anyone know what their maternity package is like?

zara020 Thu 09-Jul-15 04:38:34

hello, I employee of bmi and can honestly say its pretty standard if not the most generous in the world. after 26 weeks, you get 6 weeks on 90 percent pay followed by 3 months of enhanced smp and then 3 months basic smp. you can have 9 months paid. im not going back but do not have to pay any back. There is a policy on it, I think if you have the right to ask for it. hope this helps you. overall I have found them a good company to work for and leaving only because we are relocating

Debnew75 Thu 09-Jul-15 17:53:41

Huge thanks Rafa, that's useful info for me to make a decision

MyChildDoesntNeedSleep Tue 14-Jul-15 23:55:46

Id say that's VERY generous! Does that mean you get 6 months on full pay?!shock

zara020 Fri 17-Jul-15 20:11:25

nah just 6 weeks on 90 pecent and then the the rest of the nine months on enhanced smp and smp. the enhanced amount is based on your job role and length of service.

MyChildDoesntNeedSleep Sat 18-Jul-15 00:12:51

Zara's post says different! confused

zara020 Sat 18-Jul-15 19:38:44

errrm no its not. im the same poster and I said the same thing. 9 months paid some benefit but only six weeks of that is 90 percent.

MyChildDoesntNeedSleep Sun 19-Jul-15 18:17:12

standard if not the most generous in after 26 weeks, you get 6 weeks on 90 percent pay followed by 3 months of enhanced smp and then 3 months basic smp. you can have 9 months paid.

Why the hell am I having this conversation? I couldn't care less about maternity pay.

No need for the 'ermmmm'

FuckitFay Sun 19-Jul-15 18:29:08

I don't know why I'm getting sucked in either but Zara has been completely consistent with her posts

WorldsBiggestGrotbag Sun 19-Jul-15 18:32:00

Zara was quite clear. 6 weeks full pay, 3 months enhanced SMP and 3 months SMP. In total, 9 months will be paid some kind of benefit, not 9 months full pay.

MyChildDoesntNeedSleep Sun 19-Jul-15 20:29:12

6 weeks full pay now.

Ok, good luck with it all.

MyChildDoesntNeedSleep Sun 19-Jul-15 20:31:22

I made a mistake and I got a sarcastic comment. Only commented bc I mistakenly thought someone was lucky enough to have a generous maternity package. Jesus, sorry for misreading.

zara020 Sun 19-Jul-15 21:57:09

sorry MyChild, youre right it was abit of an unnecessary errrm. ive had a bit of a shitty day and was feeling snappy earlier xx sorry

MyChildDoesntNeedSleep Sun 19-Jul-15 22:06:30

Thanks Zara, I didn't want to get into a fight! smileflowers

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