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Termination payments and Class 1A National Insurance

termination payments

As the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme comes to an end, employers with employees who are still on furlough will need to decide whether they are able to bring the employee back to work, either full time or part time, or whether they will have to terminate the employee’s employment. When terminating an employee’s employment, the … Read more

Auto-enrolment – your current responsibilities as an employer

Pension planning

Auto-enrolment – Re-enrolment and re-declaration of compliance The Covid-19 pandemic has introduced many challenges for employers. However, despite the pandemic, their responsibilities in relation to auto-enrolment remain the same. The employer’s on-going duties include their re-enrolment and re-declaration obligations. Every 3 years, the employer must put certain members of staff back into their auto-enrolment pension … Read more

Further changes in Covid19 support of businesses

further changes to support for businesses

The Government has extended Furlough to March and increases the self-employed support scheme. As the lockdown has now started for England and continues elsewhere, the Government has changed its mind again about business supports and decided to extend the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) and the Self-Employment Income Support Scheme (SEISS) across all regions of … Read more

Redundancy and furloughed employees


As the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme draws to a close, employers may face the difficult decision to make some employees redundant. Legislation was introduced at the end of July to protect furloughed employees. Entitlement An employee is entitled to statutory redundancy pay if they have at least two years’ continuous employment when they are made … Read more