It’s the first week of the new year and masses of employees will be returning to work after a well-earned break, one which has hopefully renewed their vigour, given them the vim to kickstart the year and the confidence to take on more challenges that lie ahead.
However, pay disputes within the rail industry, which were ongoing throughout 2022, have continued into the new year. Strikes have been held by the RMT union across the UK’s railways this week (including several London Underground services), leading to drastically reduced timetables and leading many would-be commuters to work from home during the first working week of 2022.
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