Topic: Businesses welcome back workers as furlough ends

Businesses welcome back workers as furlough ends

The wave of job cuts many expected at the end of the furlough scheme has not happened, early data suggests.

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The number of redundancies proposed by employers in September was close to record lows.

Many businesses with large numbers of furloughed workers say they have taken everyone back, and unions had not heard of major redundancy processes.

Around one million workers were thought to be on furlough when the scheme ended.

The furlough scheme, where government paid a proportion of workers' wages when their employers couldn't, ended in September after 18 months.

There were concerns that many employers would not be able to pay their workers' wages when the scheme ended, and would have to cut jobs.

However, the number of firms planning redundancies was still close to record lows in September.

Just over 200 firms in Great Britain informed the government of plans to make redundancies in September, with a total of 13,836 jobs at risk.

This was a slight increase on August, but far below the levels seen last summer, and among the lowest numbers seen in data which stretches back to 2006.