Rest follows the example of ‘Right’, and Liverpool, and it stops, leave arrangements
14 april 2020 21:38
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AFC Bournemouth on Tuesday decided not to make use of leave arrangements in the public sector. The employer of Nathan Aké’s and after the champions league holders, and Liverpool’s third Premier League club, which comes after strong criticism in the uk.
Bournemouth sent out earlier this month as a part of his staff, temporarily on leave due to financial concerns due to the corona virus. “The Cherries” were doing it as a profession, in a system where the government, 80 per cent of the outstanding salary to take on.
Just like Spurs, Liverpool, Newcastle United and Norwich City made the decision a lot of criticism, even from supporters. The British government pointed out that the so-called corona virus, Job Retention Plan is not intended to be a rich football clubs to support, especially as the more expensive players just to pay get.