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EU aid to redundant workers would continue in 2014-2020, and could also go to additional categories of workers, such as the self-employed (including farmers) and those on temporary contracts, under legislative amendments voted by the Employment and Social Affairs Committee.

Recent research from the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) has found that middle level managers in the UK are particularly feeling the pressure caused by the economic downturn.

UK labour market analysis

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The number of people leaving their main job in April-June 2011 was 674,000, a drop of 42% on the 1998 peak of 1.17 million, new analysis from the Office for National Statistics has shown. This decline suggests that the UK labour market is less dynamic now than in the past. Of those who left in April-June 2011, 57% chose to leave voluntarily – for example by resigning – and 43% were made to leave involuntarily, for example by being made redundant.

The Government has announced that the next stage of its employment law review will focus on collective redundancy consultation periods, the Transfer Undertakings Protection of Employment Regulations (TUPE) and compensation for discrimination awarded by employment tribunals.

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