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Furlough: Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme extended to the end of June

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To reflect extended social distancing measures, the Treasury has announced that the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme, which allows employers to claim a grant to assist with payment of wages to "fuloughed" workers, will be extended for another month to the end of June.

Please read Clare Gilroy-Scott's full article here: 

http://insights.gdlaw.co.uk/post/102g51n/furlough-coronavirus-job-retention-scheme-extended-to-the-end-of-june

Please click here for our Job Retention Scheme - Furlough - guidance note for employers

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Our London based employment law team take a commercial approach to advising clients in relation to their HR and employment law matters. 

The employment law team assist with employment contracts and policies, internal processes, restructures, redundancies, employment disputes and negotiations, business protection, DSAR responses and document reviews, as well as being highly experienced and successful representatives in employment tribunal and appeal court proceedings.

We adopt a team based approach and take a real interest in our clients and their businesses, enabling us to deliver an effective and tailored service.

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As well as helping our clients manage their day to day HR issues we also offer the following support:

  • regular email updates on topical employment issues
  • breakfast seminars and workshops on hot topics as and when they arise
  • bespoke internal training to deal with areas of risk or to help with organisational change

For more information about our London based employment law service please visit: https://www.gdlaw.co.uk/site/services/business_services/employment_law/

This guide is for general information and interest only and should not be relied upon as providing specific legal advice. If you require any further information about the issues raised in this article please contact the author or call 0207 404 0606 and ask to speak to your usual Goodman Derrick contact.