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I’m sure you’ve heard that on 19th January, the Government announced a change back to PLAN A restrictions in England and the guidance to work from home ended immediately. The government are now recommending employees speak to their employers about arrangements for returning to the office. COVID case rates remain high and working from home may continue to be the new normal for most office-based staff for some months to come. 
In Wales, from 28th January, working from home remains important but moves from law to guidance. 
While planning for future work organisation, you may be reflecting on your organisation’s experience of temporary flexible working arrangements during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. These may include the switch to working from home and flexibility around hours to help employees commute outside busy times, home school or have more choice on working hours generally. 
One of the many consequences of the current coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is that organisations are contemplating a range of workforce measures, including redundancies.. 
Conciliation service ACAS said calls to its redundancy advice line almost tripled in June and July. 
Employers have had to familiarise themselves with the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme, part of a package of support for businesses affected by the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis. 
The scheme is intended to support employers to continue paying employees who would otherwise be made redundant or put on an unpaid period of lay-off as a result of the coronavirus crisis. 
It is open to all employers with a PAYE scheme, including public-sector employers and charities. 
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