Harrods ‘is set to replace its striking workers with agency staff’

Harrods is reportedly set to replace its striking workers with agency staff.

The luxury department store in Knightsbridge, central London, is allegedly the first employer to take advantage of controversial new laws.

In July, ministers lifted a ban on temporary staff being allowed to replace striking workers. It came after unions staged Britain’s biggest rail strike in 30 years.

It means businesses can now provide skilled agency workers to fill staffing gaps caused by strikes. 

According to The…

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