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The End of CJRS, Remote Working and Redundancies – What's in store for the months ahead?

Date
Wednesday, 7 October, 2020
Time
10.30 am
Location
Online
Duration
1 hour

The End of CJRS, Remote Working and Redundancies – What's in store for the months ahead?

As the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) begins to wind down through to 31 October 2020, along with increasing levels of employer contribution, more employers are having to consider the issue of redundancies.

New regulations which came into effect on 31 July 2020 have changed the way in which statutory redundancy and notice pay must be calculated in respect of employees who have been furloughed.

The government has also introduced a new Job Retention Bonus Scheme, which seeks to incentivise employers to hold off on redundancies. This is a one-off payment to employers who have availed of the CJRS for each furloughed employee who remains continuously employed until 31‌‌‌ ‌January 2021.

In this webinar, we look at what’s in store for employers over the coming months as the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme ends and ask key questions: Can you avail of the Job Retention Bonus? What are the rules in relation to redundancies? Will remote working remain beyond 2020?

Book your place now to find out what the future holds.

Agenda

  • The End of the CJRS
  • The Job Retention Bonus Scheme
  • Redundancies
  • Working Remotely
  • How BrightPay Connect can help

Webinar Information

The webinar takes place on 7th October September at 10.30 am and is free to attend for all employers and payroll bureaus.

If you are unable to attend the webinar at the specified time, simply register and we will send you the recording afterwards.