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Yesterday March 29th, Phase 2 of the road map was been implemented, along with this there is a plethora of Government updates issued that you need to be aware of.
The chancellor completed his budget for this year yesterday, and so we’ve outlined a few key elements that may affect UK businesses. All business owners need to be aware of these points.
Your must have a vaccination policy and we are sharing 7 steps to drafting a best practice vaccination policy.
The governments road map out of lockdown is here and we have pulled together the key dates and sector details for you.
We have created a “White Paper” to discuss the issues that we all face as business leaders as a result of the need to maximise the number of people vaccinated.
Here is Park City’s latest update and advice for Testing for COVID-19 at Work when you have 50 employees and above.
The government has announced the roll out of additional surge testing and sequencing in a number of locations where the South African Variant of COVID-19 has been found.
Data shows that outbreaks in England's offices in lockdown are major contributor to spread of Covid,.
Stay up to date with new guidance on Covid testing in the workplace and there is a new definition of Close Contact. These changes will impact your business as you will need to introduce suitable control measures.
This guidance is for employers in England, to enable them to establish who is or is not classed as clinically extremely vulnerable and help them manage each situation appropriately with regards to employee shielding.
Read Tim's summary of what business owners must do now as we enter lockdown 3..
Here are the immediate guidance and actions you need to be aware of as we enter lockdown 3..
Download the HM Government Alert poster and display the guidance.
Business owners, Directors and Managers operating within a Tier 4 or employing staff from a Tier 4 area need to be aware of the new guidance and implications.
Job Retention Scheme Today, 17th December 2020, the chancellor confirmed that the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme, also known as the furlough scheme, would be extended....
New tier 3 areas as of 15 December 2020, providing a full list of areas , all tiers and posters to support business owners.
There is updated guidance on Job Retention Scheme and here we advise you of some technical updates and clarifications to the scheme that you need to be aware of.
Navigating through the minefield of changing government guidance while running a business is a lot for every business owner to deal with. Watch our webinar and prepare yourself to have a rapid response in dealing with a positive case in your team.
The Job Retention Scheme or Furlough as we all know it, has been extended to March 31st 2021. We have drafted a simple guide so you have all the relevant details to hand.
The latest updated HSE workplace statistics serve as a sober reminder of the need to continue to prioritise Health and Safety management, monitoring and control at this time.
The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme, CJRS, is to be extended to the end of March 21st 2021.
We have compiled the latest government updates so you easily see what you need to know about the Extended Furlough Scheme and the Second Lockdown.
There is a new Job Support Scheme. Park City’s HR team have reviewed the announcement made and available information in detail and drafted an “overview of the scheme.
New guidance on the use of PPE in the workplace, the cleaning procedures needed and the outbreak management plan you have to have in place.
This week there is an obvious concern in the UK regarding the second wave of Covid-19 infections.
The Job Retention scheme is ending, and businesses need to take action before 30th November 2020 to submit or change their claims.
New guidance on the actions businesses are required to take as a result of NHS test and trace notification.
Failure to allow staff to self-isolate can make you liable for fines of up to £10,000.
Here's how to apply for the Kickstart Scheme grant to create new 6-month job placements for young people.
We have summarised the latest updates to the Test and Trace service for Friday 18th September.
Know what actions to take if you have a COVID-19 outbreak in your workplace.
As things become more complex, here is a helpful summary of the latest Government guidance updates for your business and employees.
Follow 5 steps on this Redundancy Process checklist to ensure your redundancy process is fair.
Use this free guide to make it easier to understand HSE guidance and know what action to take to create a COVID Secure Workplace.
The potential risk of losing staff to self-quarantine as a result of track and trace in the UK is now further increased by returning staff from holidays. Spain may not be the last destination to require additional self-quarantine rules on return.
Friday update - a summary of updated Government guidance that is critical to your business.
Business-relevant government guidance updates reviewed by our team for you as of Thursday 23rd July.
This is not about simply stepping up your normal cleaning regime in terms of frequency or taking longer to clean than normal.
A summary and link to the official guidance for Shops and Retail with respect to Face Coverings.
There were 57 Government updates issued on Friday 10th July. Read a summary of the most relevant to Business owners and Managers.
The government made a further announcement concerning its support to businesses, employees and the alike to help reboot the economy.
Venues must ensure they can enable customers, staff and volunteers to maintain social distancing before, during and after participation.
Good news for many businesses including outdoor pools, spas, nail bars, tattoo parlours. Read the relevant sector Guidance.
There are now 14 guides covering a range of different types of workplaces or environments to ensure you are working safely.
Complete the Five steps to working safely and display the poster to demonstrate you have followed the guidance.
The government have published a summary of the social distancing at work changes which set out what employers and employees should and should not do.
The Government has updated advice on the steps to follow in order to claim through the Coronavirus Job Retention scheme.
Ensure you are receiving maximum benefit from government support through the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme and limiting your liabilities as an employer by following the right redundancy process.
Ensure you are receiving maximum benefit from government support through the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme and limiting your liabilities as an employer, which means following the right redundancy process.
The Government’s three-step plan to ease lockdown and get Britain back to work is well underway. This will be welcome news to many employers who need to get their businesses up and running. However, the initial euphoria will be replaced with the realisation that it is not entirely good news for two reasons.
The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme is changing and further detailed updates are expected this week on Friday 12th June 2020.
Frequently asked questions highlighted in our Return to Work Safely webinar. Listen to the questions posed by business owners and the guidance we gave.
A summary of helpful information form our Return to Work Safely webinar. The webinar covers a umber of important points including the importance of a well documented plan.
Taken from our Return to Work Safely webinar, discover the common questions that your managers will be faced with from employees. Prepare them on how to answer.
If you are returning to work and your building was closed or had reduced occupancy, there are Legionella risks that you need to be reminded of.
Employers will be able to recover any coronavirus-related statutory sick pay (SSP) starting next week. Find out how.
After the latest changes to the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme, we have summarised a helpful list of Return to Work Safely resources and guidance.
The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak, confirmed the Job Retention Scheme, also known as the Furlough Scheme would be extended for a further 4 months’ until the end of October 2020.
The Government has announced a new temporary VAT zero rate that will apply to supplies of PPE.
Ten tips to get people back to work safely, as quickly as possible, from furlough and home working, following government guidance and is done as safely as possible.
Comprehensive guidance to help you return to work safely, including valuable resources for HR and Health & Safety Managers and business owners.
Prepare Your Mangers for likely questions and managing the emotional ups and downs of the team upon returning to work during COVID-19.
We are also Hosting and Presenting a 1 hour Webinar on Returning to Work Safely with Suffolk Chamber of Commerce on Thursday 14th May 2020 at 11am with Live Q&A for you to ask questions.
A helpful guide for creating a communications schedule for keeping in touch with your team, both home workers and Furloughed staff - every day of the week.
Our normal days have been turned upside down, potentially impacting our mental wellbeing. Use these tips to help you connect with people, stay active and learn new skills.
A guide for Managers, packed with useful tips on how to keep in touch with your Furloughed workers and keeping your teams engaged with you, your business and each other.
A guide for managers, filled with information to help you support the health and wellbeing of staff on Furlough Leave.
Use the new survey ‘Winning on Furlough’ to keep in touch and monitor how Furloughed team members are doing.
34 minutes. Invaluable insight, practical tips and solutions that will help your business avoid the pitfalls of remote working.
New guidance on social distancing for the construction industry to assist operational construction sites in keeping workers safe during the coronavirus crisis.
The BSIF has produced a guide which offers advice on how to check if the supporting documentation for your PPE is genuine and what to do if you are concerned.
The HSE has issued new guidance on what to do regarding First Aid arrangements and training during the COVID-19 crisis in the UK.
What employers need to be doing to maintain employee wellbeing while their people are working from home.
Gain insights to help you navigate this period of rapid change, enabling you to proactively support your employees' wellbeing and as a result, keep them more focused and performing.
Six important things to do to ensure you are maintaining safe working conditions during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Furlough Scheme explained and other considerations. Ensure you follow employment law.
Keep employees safe at home during the COVID-19 crisis. Give this form to your employees to complete.
A guide to managing all considerations for home working during the COVID-19 crisis.
A helpful checklist of things to consider and prepare, written for HR and Health & Safety managers during the COVID-19 crisis.
Know what to say to your staff about COVID-19. Confidence in leadership inspires confidence and business continuity. Download this Staff Announcement and use it to lead with confidence.
Protect yourself, your staff, others and the NHS. Please place this sign on your building entrance. Download and print.
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