EASI remit could tackle labour exploitation at umbrella and intermediary firms

The Employment Agency Standards Inspectorate could have its remit extended to tackle labour exploitation at umbrella companies and intermediaries.

The plan appears among a number of recommendations laid out by the government’s director of labour market enforcement Sir David Metcalf in an independent report, which also...

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