THE NEW NORMAL. EMPLOYMENT LAW, FINANCE AND HR CONSIDERATIONS FOR EMPLOYERS POST-COVID

Join Loch Employment Law, part of the Loch Associates Group and Bryden Johnson Chartered Accountants for a webinar on ‘The New Normal’, and some things employers will have to consider post-Covid, from an employment law, HR and financial perspective. Alex Kiernan from Loch Employment Law will explain the latest on employment law changes, the furlough […]

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ONBOARDING NEW EMPLOYEES REMOTELY

Onboarding new team members can be difficult and time consuming at the best of times. Now businesses are learning how to onboard remote employees during lockdown and social distancing. The key to successfully integrating new team members who are working remotely is to offer a structured onboarding process. They may feel strange joining a company […]

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KEY CONDITIONS FOR FLEXIBLE FURLOUGH

From 1‌‌ July the new CJRS “Flexible furlough” grant scheme starts, which will allow employers to gradually bring their furloughed employees back to work part-time. The new scheme will be in place until the end of October and the Government will gradually reduce the amount of grant towards employees’ furlough pay to 70% in September […]

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VAT DIRECT DEBITS

For anyone who has cancelled their direct debits to utilise the VAT payment holiday between 7th April 2020 and 7th June 2020, HMRC have suggested that businesses do not restart their direct debits until after 31st March 2021.  This is due to the possibility of HMRC trying to collect the payment holiday balance via direct […]

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CHANCELLOR EXTENDS SELF-EMPLOYMENT SUPPORT SCHEME

The government’s Self-Employment Income Support Scheme will be extended, giving more security to individuals whose livelihoods are adversely affected by coronavirus in the coming months, the Chancellor announced on Friday 29 May 2020. Rishi Sunak announced the Self-Employment Income Support Scheme will be extended – with those eligible able to claim a second and final […]

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