- COVID-19 Insights: Your workforce
COVID-19 Insights: Your workforce
COVID-19 Insights: Your workforce1st April 2020 - Published by Kuits COVID-19 Advice Taskforce
All information contained in the below insights was correct as of the day of publication:
7th July 2020
The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme and the Self-Employment Income Support Scheme has resulted in the Treasury spending an estimated £30 billion to support the UK economy. Here Robert Levy, executive partner and head of the specialist tax investigations team at Kuits, discusses the landscape for fraud investigations by HMRC and which businesses/self-employed individuals should be worried.
17th June 2020
The Kuits employment team breaks down the government’s latest Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme update, laying out how it will change between July and October, allowing for a more flexible approach to furlough.
4th June 2020
On 4 June 2020 Kuits hosted this COVID-19 webinar as part of the HR Breakfast Club series, offering expert guidance and advice to employers and HR managers on the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme and how to manage employees refusal to return to work. Watch the webinar here.
29th May 2020
The Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, has this afternoon (29th May) announced how the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (furlough scheme) will operate until its close on the 30th October 2020.
The Kuits employment team outlines the key takeaways for employers as the NHS Track and Trace system goes live.
28th May 2020
Corporate partner Kirsti Pinnell explores the role employee incentivisation schemes can play in keeping motivation high during the COVID-19 crisis and beyond.
14th May 2020
As businesses begin to plan for the future of their workplaces post-lockdown, the Kuits employment team examines the current regulation around flexible working requests and how the landscape might change for employers in the wake of COVID-19.
14th May 2020
The Kuits employment team summarises the key points of the guidance on how holiday entitlement and pay should operate during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Kuits employment team analyses the government’s recovery strategy for employers and the workplace guidance that has been released (May 13).
12th May 2020
Our employment team comments on the day’s announcement that the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme would be extended until the end of October 2020 (12th May).
6th May 2020
With the government furlough scheme set to start winding down, our employment team assesses the next steps employers should be considering.
29th April 2020
Members of the Kuits employment team hosted a webinar on 28 April, offering expert guidance and advice to employers and HR managers, providing an up-to-date view of the landscape, while providing practical insight on how to manage a consultation process if this becomes necessary. Watch the webinar here.
20th April 2020
Following the release of the fifth version of government guidance on the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme, our employment team analyse what the update means for employers.
Furlough can now only be recognised by HMRC when an employer has the written permission of its employees on an individual basis. Our employment team assesses what this means for employers.
17th April 2020
Read more about the Government’s recently announced extension to the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme until the end of June.
16th April 2020
Our employment team assesses the potential end of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme and the consultation period required for redundancies.
31st March 2020
Our employment team discuss the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme to support businesses and prevent job losses.
Your workforce: Contact Mark McKeating on 0161 838 7810 / email@example.com
- Advising on furloughing measures (including communications with staff and letters of variation to contracts) to
prevent risk of discrimination claims
- Advice on lay-offs and redundancies.
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