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Dating and meeting plp

PLP and DAPP complement parents' existing entitlements to employer-provided paid and unpaid leave, such as access to 12 months unpaid parental leave under the National Employment Standards (NES) for long-term employees.

A person who receives PLP will not be entitled to FTB Part B during the person's PPL period.

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The scheme is available to full-time, part-time, casual, seasonal, contract, and self-employed workers.

In most cases PLP is provided by a person's employer, where the person: In other cases Centrelink makes the payment of PLP directly to the parent.

PLP and DAPP are calculated by reference to the NMW order and funded by the Australian Government.

The PPL scheme does not provide a leave entitlement and does not change existing employer-provided leave entitlements.

In the case of a multiple birth, a person can receive PLP for one child and SBP for a second or subsequent child.

DAPP and NBS or SBP can be received for the same child.

This chapter provides an overview of the PPL scheme.

The brief descriptions draw together key elements of the scheme including its objectives, eligibility to receive PLP or DAPP, and the impact of PLP and DAPP on certain other entitlements.

DAPP can be taken at the same time as unpaid leave.