Brabners discuss the huge number of pings on the Covid app is causing chaos amongst businesses.
Employer not liable for dismissal of employee who refused to attend work because of COVID-19 concerns
Brabners LLP discuss whether employers can force employees to wear face masks whilst the coronavirus pandemic is ongoing.
Brabners LLP discuss the key considerations for employers on their approach to the COVID-19 vaccines within their workforce.
Discussion around whistleblowing amidst the Covid-19 pandemic.
FCSA summarises new financial support measures for businesses and workers in line with Tier 2 and 3 restrictions announced on 22 October 2020.
New guidance on the Job Retention Bonus released
EY has produced a useful guide setting out the basic rules for SSP and the temporary change that have been introduced in response to the
Government announces further details about the Coronavirus Job Retention Bonus
How the new flexible furlough scheme impacts on furloughed workers’ holidays
FCSA Chief Executive, Julia Kermode responds to the government’s summer economic update in which the Chancellor, Rishi Sunak announces a stimulus package to kickstart the UK economy.:
Brabners LLP provide us with an update on the latest changes to the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme.
Cumulative value of grants and loans made to businesses through government emergency coronavirus interventions shy of £50bn
Latest market analysis by FCSA shows the value of bounce-back loans exceeds CJRS grants and just 12% of agency workers furloughed.
Brabners LLP explain how employers can now access the Statutory Sick Pay rebate scheme – a financial support package for businesses during COVID-19 pandemic.
Covid-19: factors to think about before bringing employees back to work
FCSA and NASUWT has written to the government to press for clarification on the issue of furloughing supply teachers employed through umbrella companies and agencies under the CJRS.
Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme: further updates to the Government guidance
Government continues to stall on providing absolute clarity on CJRS furlough pay calculation at the expense of 625k umbrella employees and agency workers. FCSA says, we need answers NOW.
There has continued to be much discussion this week regarding the interaction of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) and umbrella employers. However, many are
Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme: considering the latest Government guidance
UK’s leading professional bodies join forces to seek absolute clarity on the calculation of furlough pay and holiday accrual for agency and umbrella workers
In an unprecedented move, five of the UK’s leading professional bodies – APSCo, FCSA, Professional Passport, REC and TEAM – have joined forces to write
We welcome the additional job retention scheme guidance published by the government on 4 April 2020, and it is very positive that umbrella is specifically
Coronavirus in the workplace – an update based on the latest developments including the new job retention scheme
FCSA urges all umbrella employees to lobby their Local MP to seek clarity on how their furloughed pay will be calculated under the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme.
FCSA welcomes the job retention scheme, which we understand will be applicable to umbrella employers. There are a number of points on which we are
FCSA very much welcomes the additional guidance that the government has recently issued in relation to the job retention scheme. Whilst we are hopeful that
Good morning The team at Brabners have produced the attached very useful updates on the current position in relation to two current issues: Government’s planned
Latest advice for businesses operating in the temporary workforce sector on Statutory Sick Pay and the implications of the coronavirus on your business.
Written by Brabners LLP With the rise in Coronavirus (Covid-19) cases in the UK and the severity of the issue escalating across the world daily,