Most of the workers on leave are now back to work


Dan Tomlinson, senior economist for the think tank, said: ‘Although time off is currently much less common than is commonly claimed, millions of employees remain out of work, especially in hospitality sectors. and recreation.“These workers face an increased risk of unemployment [scheme] begins to be eliminated. The Chancellor is expected to reduce this risk by phasing out support for these hardest hit sectors. ”

It comes amid warnings this week that ending the holiday program in October could push unemployment up to nearly 10%, with Sir Keir Starmer urging Rishi Sunak to reverse the plan cut.

The Labor leader said jobs would be lost if the Chancellor did not abandon his “one-time” withdrawal from holiday aid.

In September, companies will have to pay 10 percent of the wages of employees on leave, which will rise to 20 percent in October.

Sir Keir said: “It is clear that some companies and some sectors need more support. ”

This week, a coalition of 15 charities wrote to the Chancellor asking him to do more to protect the jobs of workers who were protecting.


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