The government has published the proposed statutory rates for maternity pay, paternity pay, shared parental pay, adoption pay, parental bereavement pay and sick pay from April 2021.
Employers in England face fines of up to £10,000 if they fail to prevent workers who should be self-isolating from going to the workplace.
Employers are now able to recover any coronavirus-related statutory sick pay (SSP), with HM Revenue & Customs accepting applications from today.
The chancellor of the exchequer has announced £7 billion of extraordinary measures to help support businesses and individuals who will be affected by the covid-19 coronavirus outbreak in his first Budget.
The government is drawing up plans to offer financial support to people who are self-isolating but who do not qualify for statutory sick pay (SSP) - including self-employed workers and people who earn below the £118-a-week threshold.
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