Letter—from employer to employee regarding Job Support Scheme Open (JSSO) short-time temporary working arrangements
Letter—from employer to employee regarding Job Support Scheme Open (JSSO) short-time temporary working arrangements

The following Employment precedent provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:

  • Letter—from employer to employee regarding Job Support Scheme Open (JSSO) short-time temporary working arrangements

STOP PRESS: On 30 October 2020, HMRC published 11 guidance notes giving further details of eligibility for the Job Support Scheme (JSS) and how to make claims. On 31 October 2020, the government announced that the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) is extended from 1 November 2020 and that the JSS will now come into effect when the extended CJRS ends. For further information, see the government press release: Furlough Scheme Extended and Further Economic Support announced and News Analyses: Employment aspects of the new coronavirus lockdown and the extension of the CJRS and Coronavirus (COVID-19)—Prime Minister announces new lockdown from 5 November LNB News 02/11/2020 37. This Precedent has not been updated to reflect the withdrawn guidance. It will be updated once further details of the government’s intentions regarding the JSS and guidance on it are available.
IMPORTANT NOTE: The Job Support Scheme (JSS) was first announced on 24 September 2020 and is due to open on 1 November 2020 and run for six months until April 2021. Limited information has been published to date on the JSS for businesses that are open (JSS Open, or JSSO), namely the Job Support Scheme factsheet, published when the JSS was first announced, the Job Support Scheme Open factsheet and the Job Support Scheme policy paper, published

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