Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme and Furlough Leave.

The Government announced on 20 March 2020 that the state will subsidise employers to pay 80% of the wages of staff who are placed on “furlough” leave but remain employed, up to a monthly limit of £2,500.

On 26 March 2020, HMRC released initial guidance on how the scheme is going to work in practice. Updated guidance was published on 4 April 2020.

Please see our updated, easy to navigate factsheet setting out further information on the Government’s Job Retention Scheme.

Insights.

Dealing with Redundancy #SolicitorChat with The Law Society
30th July, 2020

The coronavirus pandemic has had an impact on many businesses, with the prospect of having to make redundancies unavoidable for many. Fiona McAllister discussed with The Law Society and other…

Why Wills with Mundays Work
21st July, 2020

Final instalment for making a Will – bringing the essential elements together with an incentive to finish the series. It’s your Will – make sure it’s right.

Employee rights and coronavirus #SolicitorChat with The Law Society
16th July, 2020

As many businesses begin to re-open and employees start to return to work, many people may have concerns about how safe their workplace is during the pandemic. Fiona McAllister discussed…

A note from Neale Andrews
14th July, 2020

In line with the latest Government guidance and to ensure the safety of our clients and staff, we are operating the firm remotely, with a phased return to working from…