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Hi,

Does an employer need to explain or show the criteria used to select employees for Furlough before the employee agrees to be furloughed?

 

Quick reply if possible please.

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It’s not mandatory to share. It should be non discriminatory in a legal sense ; that is , not based on protected characteristics. But, you’ll be a long time  waiting for a court case to get recompense.

 

has something happened to make you ask this?

Never assume anyone on the internet is who they say they are. Only rely on advice from insured professionals you have paid for!

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Hi Emmzzi,

 

We have been asked to sign the T & C’s for furlough.

I was already working from home for protection and wasn’t sure of selection criteria used as not all employees are being furloughed.

I could still work from home but employer now wants to furlough me.

 

Nic

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to be obvious; have you asked?

 

my employer is furloughing 90% of jobs and the ones remaining are the ones which keep the lights on, nothing more.

Never assume anyone on the internet is who they say they are. Only rely on advice from insured professionals you have paid for!

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  • 3 weeks later...

I have posted this here, I didn't think it merited a new topic and may have been mentioned before.

A cousin brought me his wage slip. He had been put on furlough, he thought it looked wrong.

 

It was, they had not altered his PAYE coding. In his case it was doubly important because if correctly calculated it would have taken his taxable income below the lower rate.

A quick call to his employer remedied it for him.

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