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Asking about an employee’s coronavirus vaccine status Publication date: 15.01.2021
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Coronavirus vaccines have now been approved and are being rolled out. Can you insist that an employee discloses whether they’ve had the vaccine or is it none of your business?
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Furlough pay claims: time limits, delays and excuses Publication date: 04.12.2020
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All furlough pay claims must now be submitted within two weeks of the end of the previous calendar month, unless you have a “reasonable excuse for failing to make the claim in time”. What will HMRC accept as a reasonable excuse?
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Can an employee sue you if they catch coronavirus at work? Publication date: 03.11.2020
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Many employees are back at their normal place of work, either permanently or for the odd day. If such an employee catches coronavirus and claims this happened at work, can they sue you?
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Job Support Scheme: open or closed? Publication date: 03.11.2020
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The Job Support Scheme (JSS) will operate once the extended furlough scheme ends. It consists of two parts - “JSS Open” and “JSS Closed”. What’s the difference between the two?
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Who pays the face covering fine? Publication date: 13.10.2020
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Who pays the face covering fine?..Face covering law. On 24 September 2020The Health Protection (Coronavirus, Wearing of Face Coverings in a Relevant Place and on Public Transport) (England) (Amendment) (No.3) Regulations 2020 came into force. They make the wearing of face coverings mandatory in certain indoor settings and many employees are...
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Q&A - stay at work during break times? Publication date: 13.10.2020
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Q&A - stay at work during break times?..Q. We’ve worked hard to make made our workplace “Covid-secure”. Can we insist that all employees stay on our premises during their breaks to ensure that our high health and safety standards are maintained? A. On the face of it this might seem like a sensible idea. However, there are various factors you...
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Homeworkers: IT equipment and mobile devices Publication date: 24.09.2020
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Many employees who transitioned to homeworking during the lockdown did so using their own IT equipment and mobile devices. If a homeworking arrangement becomes regular, why should you issue these items to the employee?
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Workplace socials and the “Rule of six” Publication date: 24.09.2020
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Since 14 September 2020 the maximum number of people who can meet up socially is limited to six. Whilst this change doesn’t have a direct impact on your workplace, what does it mean for work-related social events?
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Free taxis to work from Access to Work Publication date: 17.09.2020
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Free taxis to work from Access to Work..Travel problems. Many employers have staff who have been categorised as “clinically extremely vulnerable” due to the pandemic. For these individuals, commuting on public transport may not be a safe option and, as such, they may be reluctant or unable to return to work. With this in mind, the government has...
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Job Retention Bonus: £1,000 per eligible employee Publication date: 27.08.2020
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To encourage the retention of previously furloughed employees, the government has announced a Job Retention Bonus of £1,000 per eligible employee. What conditions must be met to qualify?
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