Everything you need to know about furloughing, unfurloughing and rotating staff

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Employment lawyer Alex Watson outlines the dos and don’ts

The UK government’s coronavirus job retention scheme (CJRS) is an unprecedented form of assistance for businesses and workers.

It has been implemented quickly to avoid mass unemployment and protect wages, and guidance is still evolving as a consequence

Architectural practices should therefore think carefully about how the scheme can work for their particular circumstances, and be mindful of legal, cash flow and employee engagement risks.

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Do read the guidance carefully

Architecture businesses should pay close attention to the available details to assess how the scheme aligns with their particular set-up.

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