End Of The Furlough Scheme The End Of The Furlough Scheme. The furlough scheme was introduced in March 2020 with the purpose of allowing employers to put some or all of their staff on temporary leave (‘furlough’) during the coronavirus
Furlough and Redundancy Furlough and Redundancy? The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme was introduced in March 2020 with the intention of providing an alternative to redundancies where a business had been severely affected by the Coronavirus pandemic. There have been a
Extended Furlough Scheme The Extended Furlough Scheme was announced by the Prime Minister, at approximately 7pm on 31 October 2020, the Extended Furlough Scheme will be in place from 1 November 2020 to support businesses who are forced to close
What Is The Flexible Furlough Scheme? On 30 May 2020 Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced changes to the Furlough Scheme, this was followed on 12 June by the publishing of updated guidance. The new Flexible Furlough Scheme permits employees to work
30-day Furlough Fraud Confession Window Opens In July HMRC are introducing a Furlough Fraud Confession Window for employers to admit mistakes they may have made under the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme. The window is expected to be a 30-day period.
What Is Furlough Leave? Furlough leave is an entirely new concept to UK Employment Law and is essentially an agreed leave of absence because there is not enough work to do, the period of absence is paid at an agreed
Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme The Government announced its ground breaking Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme on Friday 20 March 2020. Shortly afterwards the first version of the HMRC Guidance for Employers was published and began to explain how the Coronavirus Job