Steakhouse chain asks staff to ‘lend 10% of wages’ amid Covid crisis

Tomahawk has had ‘100% take-up on the offer’ to try to help it through England’s lockdown

Restaurant staff at the Tomahawk Steakhouse chain have been asked to lend the business a tenth of their wages in order to help it through the latest lockdown.

The chain, which operates 12 venues in Yorkshire, the north-east of England and London, wants furloughed staff to pay for their own monthly national insurance and pension payments by way of a “voluntary loan” to the company to help it plug a cashflow crunch.

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