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Further updates to HMRC furlough guidance – 30th April 2020

Further updates to HMRC furlough guidance – 30th April 2020

The updated employer guidance confirms, among other things, that employees who are union or non-union representatives may undertake duties and activities for the purpose of individual or collective representation of employees or other workers while furloughed.  This is acceptable so long as they do not provide services to or generate revenue for or on behalf of the employer.

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Further updates to HMRC furlough guidance – 30th April 2020

The updated employer guidance confirms, among other things, that employees who are union or non-union representatives may undertake duties and activities for the purpose of individual or collective representation of employees or other workers while furloughed.  This is acceptable so long as they do not provide services to or generate revenue for or on behalf of the employer.

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New and Updated Furlough Scheme Guidance 17th April 2020

Horizon Solicitors - taking your HR to a new Horizon HMRC has issued new and updated guidance on the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS), which is due to start accepting applications on Monday (20 April 2020). The Chancellor of the Exchequer has also announced...

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Further updates to HMRC furlough guidance – 30th April 2020

The updated employer guidance confirms, among other things, that employees who are union or non-union representatives may undertake duties and activities for the purpose of individual or collective representation of employees or other workers while furloughed.  This is acceptable so long as they do not provide services to or generate revenue for or on behalf of the employer.

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Further updates to HMRC furlough guidance – 30th April 2020

Further updates to HMRC furlough guidance – 30th April 2020

The updated employer guidance confirms, among other things, that employees who are union or non-union representatives may undertake duties and activities for the purpose of individual or collective representation of employees or other workers while furloughed.  This is acceptable so long as they do not provide services to or generate revenue for or on behalf of the employer.

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