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|18 August: the opening date to register for the Employment Wage Subsidy Scheme (EWSS) via the Revenue Online Service (ROS). Two things to remember:the scheme runs from 1 September 2020 to 31 March 2021registration must be complete before the first pay day on which an EWSS payment is being claimed and businesses must meet all the eligibility criteria More details about the EWSS, can be found here
31 August: the final day of the Temporary Wage Subsidy Scheme (TWSS). Find out more here
4 September: the final day to make a backdated claim covering July and August for employees not covered by the TWSS scheme, such as seasonal employees and new hires. Employers must have registered for the EWSS and supplied details about the relevant employees by this date. Find out more about backdated claims here on page 14 and 15. Apart from the payments for July/August, claims cannot be backdated, so it is imperative that all businesses sign up for the scheme as soon as possible in order to be able to claim the subsidy for employees who are eligible for the scheme from September 1.
17 September:the final day that employees can access the Pandemic Unemployment Payment (PUP). Staff laid off after this date can access the standard Job Seekers Allowance.17 September is also the last day on which the suspension of redundancy provisions relating to temporary lay-off and short-time work applies.
Part 2 of the HR webinar entitled HR Planning and Restructuring for the Off-Season is scheduled for Tuesday 8th September at 11am. This will cover: How business restructuring and forecasting demand will impact on HR How to plan for different restructuring and HR scenarios
|If you are interested in attending this webinar, please register here.