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The templates to use when claiming for 16 or more employees have been updated. The guidance for uploading these templates has also been updated.
If you are claiming on or after 1 July 2020 for 16 or more employees, you will need to upload a file containing the following information for each employee:
You must upload the template in .xlsx or .csv format when you claim. If you already have the claim forms saved in a different format (such as .xls or .ods), you must save them again as .xlsx or .csv files. The other formats are no longer accepted.
Your template may be rejected if you do not give the information in the right format. If your template is rejected, you will see a message on the screen and your claim will not be processed.
You’ll need to make sure you:
If we are submitting your claims we will of course upload your information in the new format.
See: Download a template if you're claiming for 16 or more employees through the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)
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