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8th September 2021 | Mark Fellows | Employment Law, Coronavirus, Employer, Furlough
With the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (the Furlough scheme to you and me) coming to an end on 30th September 2021 (*as it stands…Rishi, any update?), the vaccination program in full flow, the children happily returning to school (absent the dreaded ‘bubbles’) and staff going back to work, you would be forgiven for thinking that normality beckons.
Whilst this is all a positive step forward for the economy, and frankly much needed, it will inevitably open up a number of additional considerations for employers given what is still a challenging period. We outline below some things to consider:
There is no “one size fits all” solution to these matters and that is not us simply rolling out that old legal cliché. It is without doubt a matter for each employer to consider, in the context of their business and the staff they employ.
To find out more, please contact Mark Fellows.