Despite many workers saying they feel trusted and that employers have done well in implementing working from home over the past month, almost half of workers expect a return to limited flexible working policies once the coronavirus lockdown ends.
Employees who were transferred to another organisation under TUPE after 28 February 2020 are eligible for furlough, the government has confirmed in the latest revision to its Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme guidance.
Employees who were transferred to another organisation under TUPE after 28 February 2020 can receive 80% of their wages while furloughed under the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme, it has been signalled.
Announced in the Coronavirus Bill last month, the Government intends to introduce a temporary right to statutory emergency volunteering leave to enable workers, employees and agency staff to take unpaid leave to volunteer in health and social care.
Employers can re-employ people who were made redundant or left their organisations after 28 February 2020 and make a claim for their wages, the government has clarified in its updated furlough scheme guidance.
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