The Job Retention Scheme (JRS), in its current form, has been with us since March and will continue until 30 June 2020. From 1 July, 'phase II' of the scheme will commence and will run through to the proposed end date of 31 October.
Whilst we are already aware in outline of the key changes to be made to the current scheme, our experts David Hedges (National Head of Employment Tax) and Grant Saunders (National Head of Payroll), will be commenting on the Treasury's latest announcement and set out the key JRS changes businesses should be aware of, in this next installment of our 'Survive, Revive, Thirve' webinar series.
Our expert advisors will cover areas, including:
This webinar will run for an hour and following the session, there will be the opportunity to ask our panel questions.
Tuesday 16 June 2020
Format and timings
(There will be a Q&A session)
Link to Webinar
In the meantime, if you would like to discuss the webinar topic or would like to arrange a call with a member of the team to discuss the impact of COVID-19 on your business, please get in touch with your local Wilkins Kennedy contact.
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