This is according to the INPS Job Insecurity Observatory. However, compared to 2019, when the number of layoffs reached 504,264, a decrease of 25.15% was recorded
In 2022, there were 377,423 economic layoffs and this represented an increase of 40.89% compared to the previous year. This is according to the INPS Job Insecurity Observatory. The comparison, the experts point out, is with a year in which layoffs were put on hold until June 30 due to the economic emergency related to the pandemic. However, compared to 2019, when there were 504,264 redundancies, a decrease of 25.15% was registered.
Source: TG 24 Sky
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