COVID-19 & Payroll: What You Need To Know about Remote Working, SSP, Job Retention & Furlough Leave

27th Mar 2020
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More employees are self-isolating or working remotely to reduce the spread of the COVID-19 virus. All businesses, regardless of size, will be affected by the government measures for the foreseeable future. As the COVID-19 virus spreads across the UK, the government has introduced measures for employers to continue to pay their employees and to support businesses. 

Contingency planning is now part of everyday life for businesses worldwide, especially when it comes to your payroll processing. This kind of planning is useful in any event, whether it be for coronavirus, inclement weather, or train or bus strikes. There are plenty of steps businesses can take to prepare for operational resilience. 

Businesses are understandably concerned about the steps they should be taking to manage the risk of COVID-19. We would like to provide reassurance to our customers that BrightPay is well prepared. Many businesses are now putting in place precautionary measures to combat the spread of the virus and to protect their employees. BrightPay can facilitate the option to work from home, which is one of the primary ways businesses are changing the way they operate.

Join BrightPay on 7th April where we will discuss COVID-19 and Payroll. In this webinar, we will cover how employers and payroll bureaus can continue to operate their payroll while they work remotely. 

Webinar Agenda

  • Employer & Employee Rights
  • How to Handle SSP & Covid 19
  • Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme & Furlough Leave
  • Business Continuity Plan & Communication
  • Supporting Employees through COVID-19
  • The Challenge of the Coronavirus & Processing your Payroll
  • How BrightPay can Facilitate Remote Working
  • How BrightPay Connect Online Portals can help
  • Q & A

Don't miss out - click here to book your place today!

The webinar is free to attend for all employers, accountants, bookkeepers and payroll bureaus. 

If you are unable to attend the webinar at the specified time, simply register and we will send you the recording afterwards. Alternatively, join us for a re-run of the webinar on 21st April. 

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