Martin Searle Solicitors - Changes to the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme: Planning Ahead for your Business

From 1 July 2020, employers can bring their furloughed employees back to work. This can cover any amount of working hours and any shift pattern, while still being able to claim the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme grant. For example, full-time employees returning to work 1 day a week, will be paid in full by their employer, with the employer continuing to claim 80% of the employee's wage costs through the furlough scheme, for the remaining 4 days.

Previously, furloughed employees could not carry out any work for their employer, although perversely they could go and work for another employer.

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FAQs: Furlough Leave Advice for Employers

Our Employment Law solicitors answer frequently asked questions about furlough leave and employers' responsibilities.

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Furloughing or Redundancy using a Settlement Agreement during the Coronavirus Crisis?

Our blog looks at the options available to employers during the Coronavirus crisis.

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Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme Q&A with Community Works

This virtual workshop on Wed 10 June explains new flexible rules on the furlough scheme. 

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