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SFA warns on sick pay proposals

The Small Firms Association (SFA) has claimed that the government’s proposals on sick pay will cost jobs and damage competitiveness

29th June, 2012

The Small Firms Association (SFA) has claimed that the government’s proposals on sick pay will cost jobs and damage competitiveness.

The association called on the government to conduct and a regulatory impact assessment on the proposals.

“Small businesses are already struggling to maintain jobs, and any measures that add directly to the cost of employment will result in job losses; will act as a strong disincentive to job creation and may force employers...

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