Make the most of your KIT days

Updated: Aug 14

Keep In Touch (KIT) and Shared Parental Leave In Touch (SPLIT) Days are an optional, but for many, essential tool in stepping back into the world of work.

When planned and executed well, they allow you to dip your toe back into daily working life, keep up to date with what’s been happening in the workplace and for many to ease themselves into their new life as a working parent.

Employees can work up to 10 days during their maternity or adoption leave. These days are called ‘keeping in touch days’. Keeping in touch days are optional - both the employee and employer need to agree to them - GOVT website

Here I have compiled my top 5 tips to help you make the most of your KIT/SPLIT days