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Protecting and Enhancing Worker Rights after the UK Withdrawal from the European Union (CM66)

A Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy command paper outlines measures and draft legislation to protect worker rights after Britain leaves the EU. The Government will: give Parliament a vote on adopting future EU rules on workers' rights; consult with trade unions and businesses on future workers' rights proposals; and consider introducing a single labour market enforcement body to protect vulnerable and agency workers.

Link to Policy paper
Category: Employment » EC Law. Keyword(s): European Union membership; Withdrawal. Area(s) of law: Employment.
Source: Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy.

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