Crisis | Business suffers 10,000 lay-offs on 'Black Monday'

Business suffers 10,000 lay-offs on 'Black Monday'

Redundancy, the threat of which is the largest source of anxiety amongst workforces, has been a key issue throughout the pandemic due to the massive rise in cases within the UK. From March, when national lockdowns were enforced by the Government, redundancy has risen at the fastest pace since the financial crisis.

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