Article preview: The government’s Coronavirus Jobs Retention Scheme is changing, with flexible furlough and employer contributions outlined by the Chancellor. At the latest Downing Street daily briefing, Chancellor Rishi Sunak confirmed the furlough scheme will end on 31st October 2020. In the coming months, employers will need to start sharing the cost of the furlough scheme, initially paying National Insurance and pension contributions in August.
Employers will start contributing to the furlough scheme
This 334-word blog post explains the latest series of changes to the Coronavirus Jobs Retention Scheme, with flexible furlough and employer contributions to the scheme. Written on 31st May 2020.
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