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Sub-sector of employees can be furloughed after deadline

Today (June 10), is the last time employers will be able to furlough an employee for the first time. 

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Those returning from maternity, adoption and shared parental leave can still be furloughed
Those returning from maternity, adoption and shared parental leave can still be furloughed

The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) has been extended until October, with new flexible furlough rules introduced from July. This means furloughed employees can start working part-time from July 1.

 

Claims from July onwards will be restricted to employers currently using the scheme and for those employees that have previously been furloughed. Meaning, today (June 10) is the last day an employer can furlough someone for the first time.

 

Read more about the updated furlough scheme here.

 

However, the government has confirmed that employers who are already using the scheme will be able to furlough employees who return to work from statutory maternity, adoption and shared parental leave after June 10.

 

Number of employees claimed for

The CJRS guidance also notes that, from July 1, the number of employees an employer claims for, in any claim period, cannot exceed the maximum number they have claimed for under any previous claim.

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