The Taylor Review: will real change follow?
Now that the Taylor Review has been published, it is clear that many of the key proposals are aspirational and will require a substantial amount of work and legislative change if they are ever to come to pass. As mentioned by Nick Hurley during his interview on BBC News, few would argue with the principle of “fair and decent” work for all and the Review seeks to balance the need to preserve flexibility that many enjoy with the new work platforms with access to employment protection and rights.
In the short term employers still need to navigate the (often archaic) employment legislation as it is currently interpreted.
Join us for our morning session, led by Nick Hurley, where we will:
- provide practical guidance on categorising your workforce appropriately to avoid the pitfalls of unexpected employment related costs
- future gaze on how the Taylor Review recommendations could be implemented either in part or in whole
Date / Time: 7 September 2017 / 09:00 - 11:00
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