Care Affecting Your Working Role, Employment, Finances, Income, Reducing Working Hours

I’m worried about my future earnings by reducing my working hours

I’m worried about my future earnings by reducing my working hours

Why don’t you try? : How to check the financial impact on your future earnings of reducing working hours

If you reduce your hours to work flexibly, you should expect to see a corresponding reduction in your pay and benefits.
Speak to your employer before you make your request, to make sure you understand the impact of the proposed change on your pay and benefits (including your pension), and make sure you can still manage, especially given other fixed costs such as any monthly train fares or childcare costs that you may not be able to adjust in the same way.

If you become a part-time worker, you will have the right not to be less favourably treated than a full-time worker doing the same job as you (and not to treated worse than you were when you did the job full-time).
Any pro-rata reductions or attempts to deny part-time workers benefits should be carefully examined. Differences are allowed, but only if they can be objectively justified.
Part-time workers are also protected under equal pay and National Minimum Wage law.

Source: Work Smart
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Here’s a tip for you to try this week :

Work out what the financial impact will be on your incomings and future pension entitlement, Discuss with your employer your current situation and what options may be available to you, Find out about your workplace’s flexible working policy, Book an appointment with a member of the Bridgit Carer Coach team, Enquire and book a Carers Assessment with your Local Authority or Local Carers Service regarding support you need as a carer.

You can visit the Bridgit Shop at anytime to find our what products and services can support you.

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