As we continue to learn more about the Coronavirus and its long-term effects, businesses need to stay up-to-date on the latest information.
Due to the complex nature of Covid-19, there is a lot of information online; we filter this information and explain how it will impact your business and your employees.
These are the articles relating to Coronavirus that are popular on the MAD-HR website.
With many legal and social changes over the last year, our way of working has changed. Is it time to think about rewriting employee contracts?
Hybrid working is here, but is it really the future of work? We look at what hybrid working is and how to get it to work in your business.
Karen Foster, Tax Director / Global Employer Services at BDO writes for MAD-HR about double checking CJRS claims made to HMRC.
New temporary legislation has been passed to increase the period of time that an employee can be off work sick without a medical note.
With several cases of the Omicron variant identified in the UK, what do employers need to do next to prepare?
The furlough scheme comes to an end in September 2021. Here's are the latest updates regarding claims, fraud and more.
Chris George, Tax Manager at Scrutton Bland explains what happens in a tax investigation following a COP9 letter.
Can employers demand to be told the Covid vaccination status of their employees? The ICO has set out a very clear position on this.
What should business owners and employers be doing to prepare themselves for the end of the furlough scheme in September 2021?
Many staff will feel they’ve ‘missed out’ on holiday over the last year due to COVID. How might you approach this year’s holiday leave?
For hospitality staff returning to work after lockdown, the next few months may prove tougher than usual. Here are 5 tips for your business.
Find out what is contained in the MAD-HR 'Return to work after COVID-19' Toolkit and how getting the toolkit can help your business.
As we progress through the government’s ‘roadmap’ of exiting lockdown, we’ve been catching up with some of our clients to look at the changes
Here are the details relating the changes to the furlough scheme as announced by the Chancellor, Rishi Sunak on 3rd March 2021.
The Government has announced its plan to move England out of lockdown in four stages. We look at the stages and what it means for employers.
As the COVID-19 vaccine rolls out across the UK, we look at whether employers can insist upon their staff having the vaccine.
Businesses can now register to order COVID-19 tests for employees who cannot work from home. Find out what this means for you.
Find out how the latest changes to the furlough scheme might affect your employees, and your business beyond March 2021.
CJRS Grant How to apply. A step by step guide on how to complete your submission for employers by MAD-HR in Norfolk, Essex and Suffolk
Read the latest CJRS furlough guidance and a corresponding Treasury Direction which were published on 13 November 2020.
If you are looking for reliable information about the coronavirus, contact MAD-HR today. We can provide you with expert advice and support to keep your business running smoothly during this time of uncertainty.
As the COVID-19 pandemic evolves, businesses worldwide face an unprecedented challenge. From supply chain disruptions to employee shortages to decreased demand, companies struggle to stay afloat. The MAD-HR Coronavirus Hub explores the impact of Covid-19 on businesses and offers strategies for coping with the impact of the virus.
Business owners need to be aware of the changing landscape and be prepared to adapt as necessary. The Covid-19 pandemic has led to changes in employee engagement, and businesses need to be responsive to stay ahead. For example, early on in the pandemic, many businesses shifted quickly to allowing employees to work from home. Homeworking presented a new set of challenges that many business owners may not have foreseen. Moving forward, evolving issues like long covid and how to manage team members who have tested positive also need to be considered.
By staying up-to-date on the latest information and taking proactive steps, business owners can help keep their businesses running during these challenging times.
Contact MAD-HR via our contact page to find out how to react to the unexpected challenges and opportunities of Covid-19.