Update: please note that in August the government announced the winding down of the furlough scheme from September 1st to October 31st 2020. Read more about this in a recent BBC article.
To help support our users and the SME business community at large, we are running a series of webinars bringing together the subject matter experts to address today’s critical issues.
Recently, we ran a webinar on with HR Director Tracey Hudson (of The HR Dept) and Parental Choice CEO Sarah-Jane Butler, who presented and answered questions about furlough and holiday carryover.
Watch the webinar on demand
A recorded version of this highly popular webinar is now available to watch online. Get access to the webinar and key insights on furlough and holiday carryover by heading to our furlough webinar access page.
Note: this webinar was recorded before the UK government announced that the eligibility cut-off date for Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme extended to 19 March 2020, so some of the dates referenced may now be out of date.
In this joint webinar with HR Dept and Parental Choice, we covered:
A guide to furlough
Furlough is a word that's on every business leader's lips. With government guidance just published, we have invited HR specialist and business owner Tracey Hudson of the HR Dept to walk us through how this much anticipated scheme will work.
Tracey will guide attendees through the furlough process from an employer's perspective and be there to answer your questions. We look forward to hearing her expertise on the matter!
Holiday carry over changes
The UK government have recently announced that workers who are unable to take annual leave due to the COVID-19 coronavirus will be able to carry over statutory holidays for up to two years.
How will this affect your business? Sarah-Jane Butler, CEO of Parental Choice, will offer insight into the very latest changes to annual leave regulations.
Written by Camille Brouard
Camille is a Senior Marketing Executive for myhrtoolkit who writes on topics including HR technology, workplace culture, leave management, diversity, and mental health at work.