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Ultimate Furlough FAQs
Ultimate Furlough FAQs
Ultimate Furlough FAQs
The legal landscape in relation to employment law is changing on an almost daily basis with new schemes being invented rapidly by the government to deal with the coronavirus crisis.
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What are my rights if I take “Emergency Volunteer Leave” in order to help the NHS?
What are my rights if I take “Emergency Volunteer Leave” in order to help the NHS?
What are my rights if I take “Emergency Volunteer Leave” in order to help the NHS?
On 24 March 2020, the NHS announced that they were “rallying the troops” to encourage emergency volunteers to help the NHS fight the novel coronavirus.
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Click and Collect - Thomas Ridley Foodservice
Click and Collect - Thomas Ridley Foodservice
Click and Collect - Thomas Ridley Foodservice
Thomas Ridley Foodservice is open to everyone! Their Click and Collect service, based just outisde Bury St Edmunds, is open 7 days a week 8am-8pm. No account or login is needed and no minimum order for online guest customers.
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Vital manufacturing in a time of crisis
Vital manufacturing in a time of crisis
Vital manufacturing in a time of crisis
The current coronavirus pandemic has truly turned the world on its head with worrying implications for individuals and businesses alike.
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Divorce and the Coronavirus Effect
Divorce and the Coronavirus Effect
Divorce and the Coronavirus Effect
We are seeing enforced or elected isolation with one’s spouse having a negative effect on the relationship of some married couples. Evidence from China suggests that divorce rates have risen significantly as a direct result of couples spending much more time in each other’s company than otherwise would have been the case.
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Keep data in lockdown while tackling the virus crisis
Keep data in lockdown while tackling the virus crisis
Keep data in lockdown while tackling the virus crisis
Businesses processing personal data need to keep protection of customer and employee data at the front of continuity planning as they tackle the coronavirus threat.
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COVID-19: What if your company can’t file accounts on time?
COVID-19: What if your company can’t file accounts on time?
COVID-19: What if your company can’t file accounts on time?
If COVID-19 has affected your company and you need more time to file your accounts at Companies House, you can apply for an extension.
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Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme
Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme
Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme
Employers are understandably attaching considerable importance to the Government’s announcement of support in the face of the COVID-19 crisis. The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (JRS) is a grant (through reimbursement to employers) of up to 80% of furloughed workers’ wage costs, subject to a cap of £2,500 per month.
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Speedway star Sam Norris talks at Headway Conference
Speedway star Sam Norris talks at Headway Conference
Speedway star Sam Norris talks at Headway Conference
Sam Norris will be a keynote speaker with his parents at neurology charity Headway Suffolk's Neuro Conference on Wednesday 7 October at Wherstead Park. Sam, who lives near Haverhill, suffered a traumatic brain injury last June in a crash at the age of 15 and was left in a coma and had to relearn to walk and talk. He has made a miraculous recovery and returned to racing his bike last month.
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Keeping up parental contact and Coronavirus
Keeping up parental contact and Coronavirus
Keeping up parental contact and Coronavirus
Following the drastic measures announced last night on the grounds of public health, there have been many questions as to what this means for separated families throughout the country.
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