COVID-19 live Q&A Lockdown Updates and the Extended Furlough Scheme
We hope you enjoyed our recent live Q&A on the 05 November. If you missed it or would like to watch it again, you can find the recording below.
As part of our continued commitment to supporting organisations through the various employment and health and safety implications of coronavirus. Ellis Whittam continues to produce free resources, designed to help employers make confident, informed decisions whilst working within the confines of the law.
We have also included free resources, including an Extended Furlough FAQ, Extended Furlough Letter – Contractual Hours and an Extended Furlough Letter – No Contractual Hours available further down the page.
In this recent live Q&A, James Tamm offers practical advice and much-needed clarity on the recent lockdown in England and the Extended Furlough Scheme.
During registration, we invited registrants to submit questions for the live Q&A session. The team is currently working their way through a whopping 237 questions at the moment and they will be made available to download shortly.
All information correct at the time of recording – 05/11/2020.
How Ellis Whittam can help with Employment Law and HR issues
We understand that taking care of Employment Law issues can often be very time-consuming keeping, especially if you don’t have an in-house team or the expertise to deal with more complex matters.
Our pragmatic Employment Law & HR support takes the hassle out of managing employee issues and minimises your risk of an Employment Tribunal claim and to your reputation. With Ellis Whittam, you will have unlimited access to a dedicated team of experts to be able to manage people problems quickly and compliantly.
To find out more about our Employment Law support call us on 0345 226 8393 or complete the request a callback form opposite and a member of our team will be in touch shortly.
Extended Furlough FAQ
Compiled by our Employment Law team this document deals with full and flexible furlough and changes to the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) and sets out what we know so far.
Extended Furlough Letter – Contractual Hours
We have put together a template email that you could use for employees with contracted hours to seek agreement and confirm terms – please ensure that all relevant information is inserted into this before sending it to affected employees.
Extended Furlough Letter – No Contractual Hours
We have put together a template email that you could use for employees with no contracted hours to seek agreement and confirm terms – please ensure that all relevant information is inserted into this before sending it to affected employees.
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