Cutting self-isolation period will not fix country’s sick pay problem – TUC

Cutting self-isolation period will not fix country’s sick pay problem – TUC

1/17/2022 3:56:00 AM

Cutting self-isolation period will not fix country’s sick pay problem – TUC

Around 267,800 workers in private firms were self-isolating without decent sick pay or any sick pay at all in mid-December, a report said.

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Covid means loss of income for care home workers, already on low pay and living day to day, dependent on shifts

Hundreds more trains AXED due to staff shortages amid Omicron outbreakThe self isolation period was this week cut to five days after data analysis showed staff shortages could cost the economy £35billion in January and February. This excuse is wearing as thin as the wrong leaves on the line. Just say your saving a few bob.

Better sick pay, testing and ventilation: Labour’s Covid plan to keep UK openParty aims to weaken Johnson’s attempts to take credit for handling of the pandemic with its 10-point strategy So they plan on treating covid and all that comes with it forever? So vaccine passports to travel, without applying pressure on other countries, forced costs for business, forced mandates and requirements for citizens, etc. forever? And they think this makes them win?

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Schoolchild threatened with month of isolation for wearing wrong shoes to schoolAn angry parent revealed her daughter faced a month of detention for wearing Vivienne Westwood pumps to school – and mum had just 24 hours to replace them 🤔

Scotland's charity sector hit by dramatic hike in energy costsRocketing energy costs have decimated charities' already tight budgets meaning cuts to vital services. Bet their CEOs haven't taken a pay cut. 😐 It all started with a word to try something new. My first payment came after 3 days when I invested $1000 and since then I have received countless payment, he's Worthy to be recommended Geoffrey100k