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Good Work: A response to the Taylor Review of Modern Working Practices

In response to an independent review into the implications of new forms of work on workers' rights and responsibilities, HM Government sets out five principles that it believes underpins the quality of work: overall worker satisfaction; good pay; participation and progression; wellbeing, safety and security; and voice and autonomy. It expresses support for the view that it should be easier for individuals and businesses to determine whether someone is an employee, a worker, or self-employed, and states that it is committed to improving clarity and certainty in this area.

Written statement
Response to Taylor Review
Category: Employment » Employment status; Flexible working. Keyword(s): Gig economy. Area(s) of law: Employment.
Source: HM Government.

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