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  • Maternity pay

    Hi there, new to this and really need some advice.
    I am currently on maternity leave and have been overpaid money that I filled paperwork out to say I didn't want.
    My employer has made the mistake and I now find myself in the position I was trying to avoid - tied to going back to the job or having to pay the money back (due to unforseen circumstances we have already had to use some of this money) .
    Has anyone ever come across this situation before? I feel as though my employer should never had made this mistake as it's so unprofessional and I'm the one left to sort it out.
    Thanks in advance
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