On Saturday 4th April, the government released more information on the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS). Interestingly, the updated guidance specifically references “umbrella companies”. While this is positive, there are still plenty of unanswered questions and the FCSA has described the new information as “contradictory”.
Around 20,000 former NHS and retired healthcare workers have returned to work to support people affected by coronavirus. If you are returning to work and are required to use an umbrella company, look out for the FCSA accreditation to ensure the provider you are using is compliant.
To help support the UK’s workforce, the government has unveiled the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme. While the FCSA has welcomed this, there are still plenty of unanswered questions, including how it will be rolled out and who exactly can claim.
To help support the UK’s workforce, the government has unveiled the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme. While “the scheme is welcomed by the FCSA”, there is a lot of missing information and there is a genuine worry that agency workers could fall through the cracks.
Before you register with an umbrella company, you may decide to get a few illustrations to compare your net take home. Despite providing the same day rate for the calculations, your monthly illustrations are showing different take home pay figures. Our blog explains why umbrella companies may be quoting you differently.