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In the post-pandemic economy, the workers are the boss

In the post-pandemic economy, workers have the upper hand

17 July 2021

9:00 AM

17 July 2021

9:00 AM

The world of coronomics continues to surprise us. Last summer forecasters warned of a wave of redundancies after the biggest economic crash in 300 years. Peak unemployment — spurred on by lockdowns — was expected to near 12 per cent, ushering in a new era of chronic financial pain and instability for millions of workers.

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