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People Matters HR Issue advice to businesses on employees rights


Clarity crucial for employers and staff following Coronavirus outbreak

People Matters HR Issue advice to businesses on employees rights


"It's our mission to make things as clear as possible through our comprehensive guide."
Neil Cope, People Matters Founder and MD



Leading Bury HR business People Matters HR have issued a comprehensive guide for the business community which aims to simplify the current advice to both workers and employees following the current Coronavirus crisis.

 

 The award -winning business are one of the North West’s leading consultancies offering a fresh new approach to managing HR in the SME market. The company was founded in 2011 by Niel Cope, to provide businesses across the region with a bespoke, Director-level outsourced HR solution at a fraction of the cost, allowing customers to create strong leaders, engaged teams and a better ROI. The impressive client list includes: UAP Limited, Eventura, Rowe Hankins Ltd, Z-arts, and Freedom Logistics.

 

Niel Cope said today:

 

“There’s no dispute that we live in uncertain and deeply concerning times. It is our job as a HR provider to give our customers the best possible advice to protect themselves and their staff during this period. Both employees and employees are confused and so it’s our mission to make things as clear as possible through our comprehensive guide.”

 

“We’re offering this guide to businesses across Bury to offer reassurance and futureproof them for when we come out of the other side – which I am 100% confident we will.

 

Key areas covered in the guide include:

 

·         The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme – where HMRC will pay employers up to £2,500 per employee for three months, created to avoid redundancies

 

·         VAT and Income Tax Payments – what help is available for business and the self employed

 

·         Help for the self employed, cash grants, business rates and loans

 

·         Mortgage and rent holidays

 

·         Sick pay

 

·         Business Loans

 

For full access to the free of charge guide, please visit www.peoplemattershr.co.uk

 

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