Coronavirus Job Support Scheme (updated 6 November 2020)

    Coronavirus Job Support Scheme (updated 6 November 2020)

    Please note that the Job Support Scheme has been postponed in light of the extension to the Government's Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme.

    What is the Coronavirus Job Support Scheme?

    The new Coronavirus Job Support Scheme (JSS) was designed to protect vulnerable jobs in businesses who face a downturn in work over the winter period due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

    The scheme was originally due to start on 1st November 2020 and was intended to replace the furlough / CJRS, which was due to finish on 31st October 2020. It was proposed that the new scheme would run initially for 6 months, i.e. until 1st April 2021.

    The JSS has now been postponed in light of the extension to the furlough / CJRS scheme.

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    If (and when) the JSS is reinstated, we will update this page.

    If you would like advice on any employment issue, please contact a member of the Employment Law Team.

     

    DISCLAIMER

    This information is given to the best of our knowledge and does not constitute individual legal advice upon which you can rely. The situation relating to Covid-19 and the Government’s proposals are constantly evolving and may have changed since this document was produced. For up to date advice on your own situation and whether there are any other considerations relevant to your business, please contact us before taking any action.

    Last updated 6 November 2020

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