Weekly Review of Developments 08/07/2022Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 8 July 2022
This week's top stories:
- Four-day Week Will Be the Norm by 2030.
- Foreign Office to Pay £423,000 to Whistleblowing Lawyer Who Lost Job.
- Worker Accidentally Paid 330 Times His Salary Resigns and Vanishes.
- Employees Spend 89 Days a Year on ‘Wasted’ Work.
- Covid-19: QUB to Spend £4.5m on 'Exceptional Payment' for Staff.
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