1st July 2020- Employers are now able to bring employees back on a part time basis.
Employers will pay for hours worked, at the normal rate. For the remaining hours that the employee has remained on furlough, 80% can still be claimed through the CJRS.
There is no limit on the number of hours worked.From August, CJRS will still pay 80% of salary, however employers will be responsible for paying Employers NIC and Pension Contributions.
From September, CJRS will pay 70% of the salary to employees, and employers will contribute 10% of salary, Employers NIC and Pension Contributions.
From October, CJRS will pay 60% of the salary to employees, and employers will contribute 20%, of salary, Employers NIC and Pension Contributions.
Employees will continue to receive 80% overall up until October.
Please feel free to contact us if you are an Employer and would like advice on how to reintroduce staff back to the work place.
We can also help you with cash flow projections to ensure you have your budgets worked out for the next 12 months