Flexible Furlough Scheme – the next phase of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme

As expected, further guidance was published on 12 June on the newest development in the successful Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme – flexible furloughing. Until now, furloughed workers have been unable to carry out any work for their employers whatsoever. However, from 1 July, employees can move to a flexible furloughing arrangement in which they can work under any part-time arrangement, being paid their normal wage for working hours, whilst employers can still apply for the furlough grant for the remainder of their usual working hours.


ARAG works in partnership with Ashfords‘ solicitors, the content of this article was written by Ashfords‘ Employment Team.

Disclaimer - all information in this article was correct at time of publishing.


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