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What is Job Retention Bonus?

Employers will be able to claim a one-off payment of £1,000 for every employee they have previously received a grant for under CJRS and who remains continuously employed through to the end of Jan 2021.

To be eligible, the employee must have received earnings in November, December and January, and must have been paid an average of at least £520 per month, and a total of at least £1,560 across the three months.

To claim you must ensure your employee records are up to date, they have been accurately recorded on the HMRC real time information reporting system and all your previous CJRS claims have been accurately submitted.

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