Use bullet-point lists to help break up content and make it easier to read.
When to use this pattern
Use this pattern whenever you are using a bullet-point list.
The lead-in for a bullet-point list should be a sentence on a separate line.
By law, employers must pay statutory sick pay (SSP) to employees who meet the eligibility conditions, including if:
- the employee is off sick for at least 4 days in a row (including non-working days)
- the employee earns on average at least £118 per week (before tax)
If the lead-in is only 2 words
Where there are only 2 words in the sentence, keep on the same line with the previous sentence.
If someone needs time off because a person close to them has died, it's important their employer approaches the matter sensitively. For example:
- giving the person the time they need to deal with the bereavement
- considering the person's physical and emotional wellbeing, including once they've returned to work
Things to remember
Bullet lists should either be: