Bradford place employees on furlough leave

Bradford have placed the majority of their employees on furlough leave because of the coronavirus pandemic.

The coronavirus job retention scheme has been brought in by the government in order to allow employers to place their employees on a temporary leave of absence, with 80% or up to £2,500 of their wages covered by the government.

A club statement read: “There will be limited content distributed via social media but no emails throughout this period.

“The safety of players, staff and supporters is our priority through these unprecedented times.

“The club would like to place on record its thanks to all key workers who are working tirelessly.

“We wish you all the best of health and we will communicate further updates when they are available.”

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