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Essentials: Implement a COVID-19 Policy
Essentials: Templates to manage a redundancy process effectively
View my redundancy templatesThe impact of the coronavirus and COVID-19 is far-reaching and for many employers, redundancy of staff is unfortunately a realistic consideration both now, and once furlough support ends. My templates will support you in documenting the process correctly and effectively.
Essentials: Changes To Worker Contracts From 6 April 2020
Employment Law updates
Recent and upcoming legislationRevisions to employment law can happen throughout the year and to ensure that you maintain best practice in HR, understanding these and when they are happening is vital to keep on top of your legal obligations. Click here to view recent historical and upcoming changes.
Furlough extension and job support scheme postponement - 1 November 2020
On 24 September, Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced a new scheme to replace the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) which was due to close 31 October 2020. In view of the lockdown due to start in England on 5 November, the furlough scheme has now been extended into December, mirroring the CJRS support provisions in August. As before, the government will pay 80% of furloughed employees’ wages, either for full or part-time hours, subject to a monthly £2,500 cap.
The Job Support Scheme (JSS), which was due to start on 1 November and run for six months, has now been postponed until the CJRS ends. It is designed to top up the pay of employees brought back into work but working fewer hours due to decreased demand.