BitesizedHR: Alternatives to Redundancies [WEBINAR]

In our latest virtual BitesizedHR session, Angela and Daxa explore some effective alternatives to redundancy and the businesses and situations they’re most suited to in today’s uncertain climate.

30-day Window to Admit Furlough Fraud

Plans are currently being fast-tracked through Parliament to give employers a 30-day period to confess to any errors or misuse of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS).

HR Guide: Flexible Furlough Scheme Q&As

On 12th June 2020, the Government gave further guidance on how the new flexible furlough scheme will work from 1st July 2020.

Reservists Eligible to be Furloughed

Many military reservists were mobilised to help support the fight against coronavirus and, as the pandemic is now more under control, will be returning to their employers over the coming months.

Detail on Flexible Furloughing Released

Late on Friday evening (12th June) the Chancellor released details concerning flexible working for those who are participating in the furlough scheme.

Parents Returning to Work after Maternity Leave can be furloughed

HM Treasury announced late on 9th June 2020 that parents who are returning to work in the coming months from extended leave such as maternity, paternity or adoption leave will be eligible to be furloughed, even if their return is after the cut-off date of 10th June 2020

Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme – Please Read

Please be aware, there is a critical deadline of the 10th June. Please contact us urgently if you need advice

Important Update on the Cornoavirus Job Retention Scheme

The Chancellor has announced the expected changes to the furlough scheme and they are pretty fair. The simple details known so far are as follows, although we’ve have no doubt that this will be ‘fleshed’ out in the Government updates as they are published.

BitesizedHR: Reshaping Your Workforce After COVID-19 [WEBINAR]

In our latest virtual BitesizedHR session, Angela and Daxa explore the options available to you if you need to make changes to your workforce due to the coronovirus pandemic.

Statutory Sick Pay for Track and Trace

Entitlement to statutory sick pay has been extended to employees who have been told they should isolate under the new “Test and Trace” system which starts in England today, 28th May 2020.

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