Progress Update – Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme

Update to midnight 23rd April 2020

➡️77,000 added claims were submitted through the scheme making 512,000

➡️That’s a further 600,000 employees making a total of 3,800,000 employees reported as furloughed

➡️At a added value of £750,000,000 making a total of £4,500,000,000

Update to midnight 22nd April 2020

➡️126,000 added claims were submitted through the scheme making 435,000

➡️That’s a further 1,000,000 employees making a total of 3,200,000 employees reported as furloughed

➡️At a added value of £1,150,000,000 making a total of £3,200,000,000.

Update to midnight 21st April 2020

➡️124,000 added claims were submitted through the scheme making 309,000

➡️That’s a further 900,000 employees making a total of 2,200,000 employees reported as furloughed

➡️At a added value of £1,100,000,000 making a total of £2,600,000,000.

The Job Retention Scheme launched at 8am on 20 April 2020 (the service was opened a little time before) and by midnight the result showed:

➡️185,000 claims were submitted through the scheme

➡️That’s a total of 1,300,000 employees reported as furloughed.

➡️At a value of £1,500,000,000

For those who have furloughed staff go online and apply for a grant to cover part of the wages.

PAYadvice.UK 21/4/2020 updated 26/4/2020

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