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On 29 May, the Chancellor Rishi Sunak set out a number of changes to the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme.
Under the Statutory Sick Pay (General) (Coronavirus Amendment) (No.4) Regulations 2020, entitlement to statutory sick pay has been extended to people who have been told to isolate under the new ‘test and trace’ system.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak today announced that the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme will be extended by four months to the end of October.
As a result of the coronavirus pandemic, the circumstances under which Statutory Sick Pay (SSP) is payable have been extended. To qualify, employees must be absent from work due to ‘incapacity’, but what does incapacity mean in the context of COVID-19?
What action does your employer need to take to keep you safe?
We are pleased to share with you another 5 Star Vouched For review received for our Associate Specialist Employment Solicitor, Kathryn Bolton.
Adverse weather conditions such as snow, ice and flooding can cause road closures, public transport cancellations or delays or school closures which may prevent employees getting to work. A number of issues can arise for employers and employees including whether employees should be paid when they do not come in to work. Read on for more information.
Employees are entitled to a minimum of 5.6 weeks’ paid holiday each year (including bank holidays). Apart from your holiday, there are other situations where you might be entitled to time off, such as to look after a dependant. Read my blog for more information.