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The new norm: How to furlough employees

Friday, 3 April 2020
| 12:30 to 13:00
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Until the outbreak of COVID-19 the word ‘furlough’ was not a term that most people were familiar with; it means an unpaid leave of absence, and is more commonly used in America. With many companies putting employees on furlough due to the impact of coronavirus, the UK Government last week announced that it would guarantee to pay up to 80% of those employees’ salaries, up to a cap of £2,500 per employee, for a period of 3 months from 1st March 2020. Whether you're an employer or an employee grappling with these extraordinary circumstances, please join us for a highly informative and practical webinar on what you need to do next.

Juliet Turnbull, founder and CEO of 2to3days will be interviewing Sarah-Jane Butler, employment lawyer and founder and CEO of Parental Choice, to give you clear direction on:

  • What this actually means to you as an employer or an employee
  • What you need to be eligible

Plus many more questions you would like answered

You should join us if you:

  • Employ a nanny (through PAYE)
  • Are a small business owner
  • Are a HR manager for a small business
  • Are employed by a small business
  • Are employed by a family

When: Friday 3rd April: 12:30pm-1:00pm

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