EASI remit could escalate

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The Employment Agency Standards Inspectorate's remit could expand.

The Employment Agency Standards Inspectorate could be in for a heavier workload if the government moves ahead with recommendations in the long-awaited Taylor Review of Modern Working Practices.

Included in the 115-page document is a recommendation that the government’s new director of labour market enforcement should consider extending EASI’s remit to cover...

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