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20th March 2020

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Latest News

Posted in: Blog

Last updated on Friday 26th March, 9.15am

Recruit Mint is continuing to monitor official government guidance on Coronavirus (COVID-19) which is constantly being updated and adapted to keep up with developments in this global issue.

Currently we are still business as usual and will remain the same until we are no longer able to. We understand this is an uncertain time for all with the possibility of loss of hours or even redundancy very much a possibility. At this moment in time we have multiple immediate start opportunities available, if you need to find work you can find these opportunities here.

If you’re self-isolating because of Coronavirus (COVID-19) emergency legislation was brought forward. You’ll be able to get SSP from the first day you’re self-isolating and cannot work. This began from 13th March. If you’re not sure where you stand with statutory sick pay, you can find out everything you need via the link below.

Statutory Sick Pay (SSP)

As a business, we recognise that there will be some concerns about how this issue could affect our workforce and services. Until we receive further notice, we would encourage all candidates and clients to visit the following websites for advice and information that is being updated regularly.

Coronavirus: UK government unveils aid for self-employed

Coronavirus: UK brings in strict curbs on life to fight virus

UK Government Announce Key Worker List

Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak

Coronavirus (COVID-19) – what you need to know

Coronavirus (COVID-19) advice from the NHS

Coronavirus Useful information for employers and employees about the Coronavirus

Coronavirus Coronavirus UK guidance on social distancing, staying at home, travel and the NHS from the UK government

Coronavirus Coronavirus (COVID-19) action plan for the UK

Coronavirus Latest total UK cases COVID-19 update from Public Health England