A short guide to the flexible furlough scheme

Please Note: All information correct at time of writing on 18 June 2020. We do our very best to make sure our information is as up to date as possible, but we’d encourage you to check out our latest articles and to check the government website for updates as they happen.

On Friday 12 June, HMRC updated their guidance on the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme to reflect the forthcoming changes to the scheme to allow flexible furlough, which allows employees to be furloughed for part of the time, and to work for part of the time too.

From 1 July 2020, employers can bring furloughed employees back to work for any amount of time and still claim the furlough grant for the difference between the hours they would normally have worked, and the hours actually worked.

From 1 August 2020, the maximum amount which can be claimed under the scheme each month will reduce to reflect the financial contribution employers will have to start making from this date.

To help you navigate these changes and how they’ll work in your business, our Employment Law experts have studied the guidance in-depth and have summarised the key points in this exclusive new guide.

What is in this guide?

In this guide we cover the following:

  • A timetable of the changes coming to the flexible furlough scheme
  • The minimum period for claiming furlough
  • How many people you can claim furlough for?
  • How to calculate the number of furloughed hours for each employee
  • What to do if you make an error when claiming for furlough

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