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U.K. | 16 Sept 2020 The Upturn in Redundancies is Only Just Getting Going
The latest official data continue to understate the collapse in labour demand since Covid-19.

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16 Sept 2020 The Upturn in Redundancies is Only Just Getting Going

By Tombs Samuel

The latest official data continue to understate the collapse in labour demand since Covid-19.

Posted: 15th Sep 2020 in 'U.K.'

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