Officials from the Fair Work Commission told the committee it had received the biggest spike in unfair dismissal claims in its history. The attorney general department’s deputy secretary of the industrial relations group, Martin Hehir, said this was unsurprising given the “unprecedented” downturn due to Covid-19. … [Read more...] about Australia’s Treasury chief says government should worry about jobs and not rising debt during coronavirus crisis
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There are pitfalls to hardline caps, according to commentators. “Rent caps are the most onerous of regulations,” says Bibby. “Concerns include landlords withdrawing from the market, and this could trigger evictions.” Property analyst Kate Faulkner says rent controls may actually penalise some tenants. “The biggest problem is they haven’t been proven to work anywhere,” she says. “It risks landlords selling up, and doesn’t tackle the main problem – a lack of stock.” She says landlords often have an interest in keeping good tenants and rents fixed. “Contractually, landlords may be more likely to put rents up in line with whatever the cap allows – penalising the very people they are designed to protect.” … [Read more...] about Would a rent cap work for tenants facing £1,000-a-month rises?
In The Art of Loving (1956), Fromm identified five types of love, all of which were endangered. Brotherly love, the most important, "the one which underlies all others", was undermined by the reduction of human beings to commodities. Motherly love was threatened by narcissism and possessiveness. Self-love, without which we cannot love others, was destroyed by selfishness. The love of God was regressing "to an idolatric concept of God". Finally, erotic love was debased by its separation from brotherly love and the absence of tenderness. … [Read more...] about Wanted: an Erich Fromm party
Nationwide’s monthly snapshot of the market, which is based on mortgages it has approved after valuation adjusted to reflect a typical home, showed the monthly rate of growth at its highest level since June 2014, pushing up the average price of a home to £193,048. … [Read more...] about UK house prices rise by 1% in April, says Nationwide
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