Taylor Review: The work starts now

08 Aug 2017

The eagerly awaited report by Matthew Taylor into modern working practices was published on 11 July 2017.

Commissioned by the government last October, the review had as its objective reviewing the changing world of employment and making recommendations for such reforms as it perceived were necessary to promote opportunities for a flexible labour market but at the same time guard against exploitation.

The report – entitled “Good Work” – starts with the premise that work should be “fair and decent with realistic scope for development and fulfilment”. At the same tim...

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