During these unprecedented times Clover HR want to provide you with as much support and advice as we possibly can.
This is an ever evolving situation for employers. Therefore please ensure that you keep up to date with Government Guidelines or seek direct advice from Clover HR on matters as they arise.
Rest assured we are here to support you and your business, whilst we get through this tough time together.
Clover HR are currently offering a SME Business Support Package FREE of CHARGE
Advice for Employers on COVID-19
“The Government have published detailed guidance on how to process your Furloughed employees. The link is below for their Step by step guide for employers on how to claim for your employees wages using the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme”.
Furloughed Workers To Receive Full Parental Leave Entitlement
Further Updates To The Job Retention Scheme – 20th April 2020.
Latest updates summarised for you.
Job Retention Scheme Update – 15th April 2020
In light of the changes announced, here is our guide to answer your questions.
The Job Retention Scheme In Response To COVID-19
In unprecedented times , ground breaking measures have been announced by the Chancellor, to support businesses.
Annual Leave and Furlough
Here at Clover HR we have put together a guide to commonly asked questions surrounding Holiday and Furlough.
Absence Guidelines – COVID-19
Here at Clover HR we have produced a guide to assist businesses in the absence guidelines relating to COVID-19.
Looking after your Mental Health during the COVID-19 Outbreak
During a new infectious disease outbreak, like coronavirus, it can be scary and can affect our mental health.
There are many things we can do to support and manage our wellbeing during such times.
Managing Remote Employees
This is the re-issue of one of our previous blogs, as it contains guidance that is particularly useful currently – Steps to managing remote workers.
MP’s Question HMRC on Scope of Job Retention Scheme
We have selected some key points to note from the discussion that took place that may address some of your current concerns.
One option employers may wish to consider during the Coronavirus Crisis is the use of short-time working.
Temporary Home Working as a Response to Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic
In order to put Home Working arrangements in place quickly, there are a range of issues an Employer needs to consider.
Employers should grant a reasonable amount of time off to deal with an emergency, but there’s no set amount of time as it depends on the situation.
How Do I Protect My Workers?
A timely reminder to all as we enter the 4th week of social distancing.
Covid-19 Guidance for the Care Home Sector.
Some specific details a Care Home should consider to ensure protection of both its staff and residents.
Get Ready to Claim your Furlough Grant from HMRC.
A quick reference guide in what you need to do to be ready to claim your grant.
Conducting A Disciplinary Hearing at the Present Time – Things to Consider.