‘Retrograde step’ | Staff asked to pay back furlough money

Staff asked to pay back furlough money

The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) has proven to be a lifeline for hundreds of businesses and their staff in the UK, as it has allowed many employers to keep staff and secure jobs amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Yet, it has been alleged that some workers are being asked to contribute to furlough payments from their own wages.

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