To help you understand the calculations in the Job Retention Scheme Module, we've put together some handy videos.
If you'd like to read more detail about the calculations, check our Job Retention Scheme Module calculations guide >
The information below is based on Government guidance that reflects the rules up 31 October 2020.
- Calculate pay for an employee with fixed earnings
- Calculate pay for an employee whose earnings vary
- Employer's pension and NI calculation
- Calculate furlough pay when paying in arrears
- Why is the furlough pay value higher than the reference earnings?
- How salary sacrifice impacts furlough pay calculations
- Calculating pay for part-furloughed pay periods
- Flexible furloughing - From July 2020
- Calculations from September 2020
- Calculations from October 2020
Calculate pay for an employee with fixed earnings
Calculate pay for an employee whose earnings vary
Employer's pension and NI calculation
Calculate furlough pay when paying in arrears
Why is the furlough pay value higher than the reference earnings?
How salary sacrifice impacts furlough pay calculations
Calculating pay for part-furloughed pay periods
Flexible furloughing - From July 2020
Calculations from September 2020
Calculations from October 2020
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