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This Practice Note considers the Coronavirus Job Retention Bonus Scheme (CJRBS), announced in July 2020, which offers a one-off payment to employers of £1,000, for every employee for whom the employer previously claimed under the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) and who remains continuously employed through to 31 January 2021. According to the government, it is introducing the CJRBS to provide additional support to employers who keep on their furloughed employees in meaningful employment, after the CJRS ends on 31 October 2020.
For further guidance on the CJRS generally, see Practice Notes: Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme
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