Queen’s Speech: Employment Bill that gave staff ‘default’ right to work from home is dropped

Death knell for working from home: New law to allow staff a ‘default’ option to work remote is axed

  • Long-awaited Employment Bill among measures missing from Queen’s Speech 
  • Furious trade unions accused the government of ‘turning its back on workers’
  • Boris Johnson said his government would not tolerate a ‘manana’ work culture 

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