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Covid-19

The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme ("CJRS") is changing from 1st July. We thought we'd remind  and update you on the key points:

  • the last day that a furlough claim can be submitted for any period ending on or before 30th June is 31st July
  • no claims for periods beginning 1st July onward can be submitted before 1st July
  • from 1st July furloughed workers can be brought back on a part-time basis, for any amount of time and any shift pattern and their employer can claim a CJRS grant for the hours not worked
  • from 1st August the government will continue to pay 80% of wages up to a maximum of £2500/mth for the hours a worker is on furlough but employers will be required to pay the ER NICs and employers' pension contributions
  • from 1st September the government will cover 70% of wages to a monthly cap of £2187.50 for the time the employee is on furlough with employers requried to pay ER NICs, employers' pension contributions and top-up employees' wages to ensure they receive at least 80% of their wages, to a cap of £2500/mth for the time furloughed 
  • from 1st October the government will cover 60% of wages to a monthly cap of £1875 for the time the employee is on furlough with employers requried to pay ER NICs, employers' pension contributions and top-up employees' wages to ensure they receive at least 80% of their wages, to a cap of £2500/mth for the time furloughed
  • for hours worked the employees should be paid at their normal agreed rates

For more information, support and advice in relation to the measures available to support businesses contact us on 01942 760500 or e-mail info@hulljady.co.uk



 

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