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With the present siuation limiting new job possibilities, make sure in  an interview that you show you are switched on by asking all the right questions. To help, we have listed the top things you need to know before changing jobs. Will my tax and insurance...

Average earnings fell 1.3 per cent, after adjusting for inflation, in the three months to May, the deepest contraction in real pay since 2014 as many employers chose not to top up the furlough scheme, which covers only 80 per cent of wages up to...

It will come as a shock and disappointment to social care workers that they will not qualify for the government’s new Health and Care Visa. They will be excluded under the UK’s post-Brexit immigration scheme. The decision was announced recently by Home Secretary Priti Patel when she...

It has come as a shock to many who are hoping to arrange care in the home for relatives that social care workers will not qualify for the government’s new Health and Care Visa. They will be excluded under the UK’s post-Brexit immigration scheme. The decision was...

8. Q. When is the furlough scheme due to end? A. The scheme ends on 31st October 2020.     Every month we feature a selection of outstanding candidates. J is a 33 year old nanny/housekeeper. She is a Filipina with a British passport and experience with children from newborn. She...

7. Q. Are there additional furlough changes in October? A. From October, the Government contribution will be cut to 60% of wages and the employer element will increase to 20% in addition to NICs and pension contributions.   Every month we feature a selection of outstanding candidates. J is a...

6. Q. What are the changes to the furlough scheme in September? A. From September, the Government contribution will be 70% of wages and employers will have to pay the NICs and pension contributions and 10% of wages to make up the 80% total up to a...

5. Q. What are the changes to the furlough scheme in August? A. From 1st August employers will have to pay employer NICs and pension contributions from that date. For the average claim, this represents 5% of the gross employment costs the employer would have incurred had...