Car retailers would benefit from more flexibility from Government’s coronavirus job retention scheme (CRJS) as the financial balance of returning furloughed staff to work becomes businesses' "biggest challenge".
The HMRC online portal allowing businesses to register employees for Government’s Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CRJS) is set to feel the strain when applications flood-in following its launch today (April 20).
Car retail groups with revenues of up to £500 million are now eligible to apply for funding from the Government's Coronavirus Business Interruption Loans (CBIL) scheme in a bid to drive support during the COVID-19 lockdown.
The IMI has claimed that a combination of confusion surrounding the Apprenticeship Levy and the “increased administrative burden” it placed on employers could be to blame for a 26.5% decline in new apprentices.
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