Our resources, listed in the round-up, give guidance to employers and HR departments on legal compliance and practical measures that they can take in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, and include template letters. We cover the steps that employers can take in response to the enhanced lockdown in 2021 in relation to employees who are medically vulnerable employees or affected by school closures, furlough leave under the extended Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme, redundancies, lay-offs, short-time working, annual leave and pay, notice pay, homeworking and how HR can support employees.
Our resources, listed in the round-up, which include model letters to employees, give guidance to HR on the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme as extended until 30 September 2021, including which employees can be furloughed, pay and pensions, notice pay, annual leave and redundancies.
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