Weekly Review of Developments 24/6/2022Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 24 June 2022
This week's top 5:
- Cost of Childcare Has Risen by £2000
- TUC and REC Urge Government to Abandon Plan to Allow Agency Staff to Replace Striking Workers
- EasyJet Cabin Crew in Spain to Stage Nine Days of Strikes During Peak Holiday Season
- Four Day Week Could Work, Admits Government
- Dismissal of an employee for refusing to be vaccinated was not unfair
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