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The Chancellor has announced the following:
From 1 July 2020, it will be possible to bring previously furloughed employees back to work part-time. If advantage is taken, the Government will continue to pay 80% of wages for any of their normal hours not worked up until the end of August. Employers are responsible for paying wages in full for any hours that are worked.
Arrangements for bringing employees back to work must cover at least one week, and be confirmed to the employee in writing. If employees are unable to return to work, or there is no work to be undertaken, they can remain on furlough. The employer can continue to claim the grant for their full hours under the existing rules of the CJRS.
From 1 August 2020, the grant provided through the CJRS will be slowly reduced:
The CJRS is to close to new entrants from 30 June 2020. After this, employers are only able to furlough employees that they have furloughed for a full three-week period prior to 30 June. This means the latest an employee can be furloughed for the first time is 10 June 2020.
Employers will also only have until 31 July to make any claims in respect of the period to 30 June.