JSS / CJRS Update - Andrew Law - Shared screen with speaker view
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I thought I read they don't have to agree this time? Is this right?
can you furlough someone who has had to self isolate due to an employee who has covid positive test?
... and can you furlough, to holiday, and top up the 20%
Is there a limit for how long they have been sick if you want to furlough them?
can you bring them back even if they have had the redundancy money etc?
If you have someone you wish to furlough who has been on payroll a long time but not actually paid yet from March 2020-October 2020 can you move them to furlough?
At the moment we are hoping not to furlough our staff team but are we under any obligation or expectation to furlough any staff who are unable to work because of shielding or sickness?
Can we claim 80% of holiday hours? We have staff members that are being furloughed on a rotation system and they have asked if they can top up the 80% with holiday pay.
Can zero hours staff be furloughed and if so what are the rules for working out the payment?
1. Staff member furloughed until June 2020, then left.
... and then re-employed before 30 Oct, do we use the old calc, or new one?
So if employees were here from Jan 2020, we would be deemed on old scheme, not the new one?
the ref pay for employees employed at 19.3.20 is the reference pay August 2020?
can you still make any claims from July or have these months closed
Is there a minimum time that staf need to be furloughed?
are there any changes for directors - how best to calculate usual hours if needed
Thanks so much, very useful again. Particularly 14 day deadline, as we're always a later claimer!!
Someone asked about Furloughing staff that are self isolating but surely this should just be SSP payable? and I assume we can still re claim SSp?
if they are on long term sick, can you still furlough?
Thank you Andrew, very helpful
Thanks very much Andrew