The new Coronavirus Statutory Sick Pay Rebate Scheme will launch online on Tuesday 26 May.The Scheme will enable small and medium sized employers with fewer than 250 employees to apply to HMRC to recover the costs of paying coronavirus-related Statutory Sick Pay. Tax agents will also be able to make claims on behalf of their employers. HMRC has published online guidance which includes information about who can use the scheme and the records employers must keep. To find out more please visit GOV.UK
Throughout Caithness communities are fighting COVID 19. This Scottish Community Development Centre website provides advice on how to virus proof the fantastic things you are doing and reduce the risk of indirect spread. Please read them carefully if you are starting to provide support or reviewing what you are doing already. The guidance covers effective hand washing, handling cash, from store to door, safe vehicles and many more issues.
AN ONGOING SAFE, CONFIDENTIAL & NON JUDGEMENTAL SERVICE
Caithness & Sutherland Women’s Aid (CASWA) have adapted quickly to enable them to continue to deliver a service in light of the current situation. They continue to provide ongoing one to one support and information by phone, email and text to those who need it at this challenging time. Their helpline remains open Mon-Fri (9am-5pm) and they continue to accept and respond to new referrals. CASWA are updating their website (particularly the blog section) and their social media channels with relevant, specific information on a regular basis and are continuing with their efforts to raise awareness around the continuation and availability of their service.Please see the contact details and links below for helpful information.
Tel: 0345 408 0151 (Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm)
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.caswa.org.uk (Contact Us tab on website)
FB: @CaithnessAndSutherlandWomensAid Instagram: @caswa_womensaidvv