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Bridge McFarland LLP can offer you practical, uncomplicated advice, support & guidance when you need it most. Whether it be an employment dispute, family advice, an accident or negligence, life planning or moving house, let us help you.
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Our commercial team in Lincoln, Hull, Market Rasen and Grimsby prides itself on its sound business sense, commercial insight, local knowledge and first class understanding of the relevant legal disciplines ranging from employment law, business contracts, dispute resolution to agriculture and property development. From company formation to sale, succession, dissolution or dispute resolution, you can trust our team to deliver first class service and results.
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Can an employee be on and off furlough numerous times?
This remains unclear but there is nothing in the latest guidance which specifically prevents it, so long as on each occasion the employee is furloughed for a period of at least three weeks. However, employers should be cautious until this is further clarified.
What is Furlough?
As part of the Corona Virus Job Retention scheme the UK Government have created a method to keep jobs open for employees by subsidising 80% of wages up to £2,500 per month where they are “furloughed” or stood down from their role.
Who can access support?
Any UK organisation with employees can apply, including businesses, charities, recruitment agencies (with agency workers paid through PAYE). You must have created and started a PAYE payroll scheme on or before 28 February 2020 and have a UK bank account.