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Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme - GOV.UK // Updated 12 June to include new flexible rules from 1 July. #CJRS #Furlough gov.uk/government/col…
Min claim period = 7 calendar days. - will make weekly payroll claims for #CJRS in July interesting given how dates fall next month...
Extra new paras re clarification of HMRC view of interaction of holiday pay and furlough.
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Deloitte, 2017: "Operations will cease to be delivered by humans."

Deloitte: The #Future of Operations, Deloitte Global Impact Report, Nov 13 2017

#FourthIndustrialRevolution
#ControlledDemolition

#Covid19 is the conduit to the #4IR now in full motion. As people come to terms w/ what is being forced upon humanity, we will soon regret that we did not unite to oppose to draconian lockdowns/expanding surveillance that will serve to protect/insulate ruling classes from revolt.
#UBI (universal basic income) is a tool designed by the rich to stave off #Molotov cocktails - while at the same time enriching themselves even further. The ruling class knows full well what they are unleashing - but the citizenry does not.

#ControlledDemolition
#2020Reset
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New Year, new career, thought Alex, (like 18% of the 10.9% of UK job changers) and interviewed with us during January. He agreed to leave his existing employer after his notice period & started with us on 28th February. More pay, better working conditions, it was a promotion. 1/-
None of us could have predicted the impact of #COVID19 on our lives as we chased work & integrated Alex into our business and we didn't. Our main client, in the automotive industry, closed as @RishiSunak announced the #Furlough scheme to help us. OK, we wouldn't get a grant. 2/-
We run our business, covering the UK, efficiently, from home. But we did qualify to put Alex on furlough & we did so on 21st March with the correct paperwork. We made full payment to him on 28th March. My relief was intense because I had persuaded him to leave his employer. 3/-
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