Editor's Leader MARCH 2018

DeeDee Doke, editor

The most important aspect of the Good Work Plan is not going to be the ‘whats’ involved, It’s going to be the ‘hows’.

The government agreed with a number of recommendations from the Taylor review that speak to workforce rights. But it has also launched consultations on the enforcement of employment rights recommendations, on agency workers recommendations, on measures to increase transparency in the UK labour market and on employment status. That’s where those difficult ‘hows’ come into...

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