Government slammed over Taylor Review response

Government slammed over Taylor Review response

Today’s response from Government to last year’s Taylor Review into modern employment practises has been slammed by a leading legal expert – with a trade union claiming the changes don’t go far enough.

The Taylor Review was commissioned by Theresa May’s cabinet last year, undertaken by a former aide to ex-Prime Minister Tony Blair to look at the accusations of improper practise in the gig economy.

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Comments (1)

  • Boris
    Boris
    Wed, 7 Feb 2018 12:58pm GMT
    I'd love to be surprised by this but I'm not. Yet again the government promise one thing and then fudge/bluff their way through without actually changing anything. Without proper intervention from those higher on the food chain people are still going to be left at risk of exploitation by companies who favor profit over people. After yesterday's story about the delivery worker who died because he was fined by his employer for attending medical appointments i would have hoped that things would be changing, no such luck though!

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