Weekly Review of Developments 6/3/2020Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 6 March 2020
Some of the news in the media this week has been a Priti big deal. Coronavirus, Flybe and a Cabinet Minister allegedly bullying staff. Here’s the rest of this week’s news…
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As the Coronavirus outbreak continues to cause concerns the TUC's call for SSP to be offered to staff from the first day of sickness regardless of how much they earn appears to have been answered as Boris Johnson announced that workers will get statutory sick pay from the first day off work, not the fourth, to help contain coronavirus. A BBC article sets out eight key maps and charts to help you understand the impact seen on different economies and industries so far. The
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