New ad-hoc centre to track unemployment, help both employers and workers over legal rights

The Department of Labour Protection and Welfare has launched a new ad-hoc centre to track job losses, hoping to serve as an intermediary to help employers and workers gain access to legal rights.

Covid-19 has affected businesses both in terms of increasing costs and unemployment. According to the department, 1,425 establishments have laid off 22,634 workers from October 2019 to September 2020.

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The Nation Reporter