What else matters this week?
Spain is to become the first European country to offer menstrual leave, granting up to three days off each month
As potential changes to abortion laws dominate the news in the US, major companies are taking a stand on reproductive rights.
Apple’s director of machine learning has quit over the tech company’s return to the office policy.
Cryptocurrencies are rapidly losing value and are now at their lowest levels since July 2021.
We’ve got a full breakdown of all the top headlines you can’t miss this week.
#1. Work from home, get paid less?
One London law firm has said employees can keep working remotely, but there’s a catch: full-time remote workers have to accept a 20% pay cut. The idea came as the company recruited remote employees located outside London during the pandemic with reduced pay packages as they did not need to pay transport fees to commute into the capital. Employees who take the pay cut but have to come in to the office occasionally would be able to claim transport as an expense. However, the company does not expect many people will take it up on the offer.
Is it right to make employees lose out financially for the convenience of working at home? Read more on The BBC.