What options are available when the furlough scheme comes to an end?

What options are available when the furlough scheme comes to an end?

There is still time to book your place, and join MHA Larking Gowen and Howes Percival, as they collaborate to launch Norfolk Chamber of Commerce’s brand-new recovery programme of virtual events which support businesses to restart, rebuild and renew.


On Thursday 15th October 2020 between 14:30 to 15:45.

What will it involve?

Matthew Potter, partner at Howes Percival and employment law expert, will discuss the end of furlough and taking employers through the options available, including the Job Support Scheme; agreeing on changes to terms and conditions of employment and redundancy.

Andrew Kelsall, partner at MHA Larking Gowen and an Insolvency Practitioner, will discuss the options available when facing financial difficulties and the implications of redundancies. Acting sooner rather than later can make the difference between recover and insolvency.

Following the presentation, there will be a 20-minute live Q&A where Matthew and Andrew will answer your questions. Feel free to pre-submit any when registering.

What will you get to takeaway?

A first aid kit and guide for employers and businesses, looking at what their next steps should be on the road to recovery.

How do I book?

Please book here to secure your place for this event.

For more information, please visit the event page or visit the MHA Larking Gowen website.

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