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Laura Pidcock MP Feb 15
With the recent publication of the Govt’s , weak proposals which deliver almost nothing for workers at the sharp end, it’s worth remembering ’s 20 pledges for working people, from banning zero hour contracts to a £10 real Living Wage:
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Dan Carden MP Feb 10
The Government's response to the is just papering over the cracks with rhetoric when real action was needed. Tories will tinker around the edges and launch consultations, but this won't give much hope to millions trapped in precarious work
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CMS Employment Law Feb 15
Sarah Ozanne writes in People Management discussing whether the Government's response to the Taylor review goes far enough
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Alex Wood Feb 9
I've written an op-ed for New Statesman Tech on the government's response to . Why and workers need protection from precarious scheduling and how it can be achieved
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VGCGroup Feb 14
Ciara is attending roundtable this morning with Matthew Taylor
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Tory Workers Feb 12
A minimum wage is a worker’s right. So why can’t every worker have it? writes for about and the
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People Management Feb 14
Employment law: Does the response to the Taylor review go far enough?
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Laura Pidcock MP Feb 7
Don Lane. These business models are barbaric & present government has allowed them to flourish. Today, they were given a chance to take decisive action to give people who work in the ‘gig economy’ real rights & protections. They failed.
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The RSA Feb 14
. writes on the Government's response to the and why flexible labour has to be seen in context to create good work for all
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IPSE Feb 15
IPSE Weekly News Round Up: We have finally heard the Governments' highly anticipated response to the Taylor Review of modern working practices and consultations re employment status definition
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CarolineJMolloy Feb 7
'Gig economy' is one thing but construction workers (for eg) have been screwed over for decades (& Tory building trade grandees have repeatedly conspired to stop them fighting back for sick pay, hol pay, end to casualisation). Nationalise construction tbh.
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Alan Smith Feb 8
Replying to @BishopStAlbans
3. Protecting the interests of the vulnerable when implementing the
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Sharing Economy UK Feb 9
Catch up with our Chair on discussing the new world of work with ’s Kate Bell and intro. from , listen from 2:52
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Robert Halfon MP Feb 8
Amazing news for workers: yesterday following : "For the first time the state will take responsibility for enforcing a wider set of employment rights...for the most vulnerable of workers"
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Peninsula Feb 16
Director comments on what the could mean for small business in
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ICE Ltd - International Compliance Experts Feb 16
: In our latest newsletter we cover the & the Good Work Plan, where are to have rights & protections increased (including & ) More about this & other recent international news:
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Emplaw Online Feb 16
Government response to the - worth it? Our talented authors have written this topical review feel free to RT
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Kate Wadia Feb 14
Good Work by the Government! Response to in summary
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esphr Feb 14
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Changeboard Feb 14
Delighted to welcome CEO to our keynote line up. Author of the , Matthew will reflect on what has happened since his review on modern working practices and how will change the workplace. Find out more:
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