What does the Job Support Scheme mean for your Business?

Following the Chancellor’s announcement, there has now been some time to establish how the Job Support Scheme (JSS) could work and how much it could cost employers and benefit employees. On the 8th October our panel discussed the JSS in detail, offering practical guidance to support you to make the most appropriate decisions for your business.

The Job Support Scheme (JSS) will go live from 1 November and is available to all employees who were employed as at 23 September 2020, regardless of whether they were furloughed or not.

But how does using the Job Support Scheme affect you and your business? Watch our live panel discussion webinar where we:

  • Outlined the Job Support Scheme and the CJRS Bonus available to employers
  • Offered practical guidance and advice on implementing the Job Support Scheme and what this means for you and your staff
  • Explored the Implications on planning your workforce post 1 November
  • Explored the true cost of JSS and considered the interaction with the CJRS bonus and how much extra JSS costs compared to Flexible Furlough.