Agency workers get more rights in new government proposals

The government is to scrap the so-called Swedish derogation, which enables some firms to pay agency workers less than permanent staff.

The move was announced this morning as part of a package of reforms in the government’s ‘Good Work Plan’ by the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy. The plan is in response to the...

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