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Covid-19 Virus imageThe Chancellor has announced today that the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme will be extended to 30 June 2020.

Covid-19The moving target continues ... Cut-off date for eligibility extended to those 'employed' as at 19th March, agreement of 'furlough' in writing required between both parties and eligibility for employees transferring under TUPE.

Covid-19 Lay-offsDo not assume that you will automatically get the 80% funding of salary costs under the Government's Job Retention Scheme.

Covid-19 Short Time workingFor some businesses, implementing short-time working or lay-offs may be the only way to ensure survival in the current exceptional circumstances. This post was updated on 20th March 2020.

Coronavirus - Covid-19The spread of Covid-19 poses some challenges for both employers and employees in respect to sickness absence policies and keeping a business running efficiently. (Updated 18/03/2020)

ET1 Constructive DismissalSir Philip Rutnam, Priti Patel and 'Constructive Dismissal'

HR Blog - Pilon in Settlement AgreementsPILON clauses, largely consigned to history may soon be making a comeback in employment contracts because of changes in the tax treatment of Settlement Agreements.

Ryves Blog - Holiday payECJ ruling points to a massive potential historic liability for holiday back-pay.

Ryves Blog - Prescription drugsPrescription drugs can have a detrimental impact on job performance.

Ryves Blog - Tribunal fees abolished Some thoughts on the Supreme Court's judgement on Tribunal Fees and who will really benefit from it ...

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