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The SSP1 form is for the employer to provide to the employee when the SSP is ending, however, the issue is there is technically no time limit and furthermore, the employer would not be held liable for you not claiming ESA I am afraid as you would be expected to look into this and if you need the SSP1 to claim the ESA you would be expected to contact the employer to follow up I am afraid and also to ascertain what benefits you may be eligible for. I trust this assists
You might not know but unfortunately it is not the employers obligation to inform you around the ESA. I have told you about SSP1 I said the employer should provide this before the SSP finishes but there is no legal obligation to do so the 3 months is a guidance not an obligation and in any event the employer is not liable if you do not claim ESA. I trust this assists
Yes I think that it is worth doing that. I trust this assists
It is worth doing but it is not something I can do unfortunately we do not represent anyone through this service I am afraid. Take care