The Work and Pensions Committee and the BEIS Committee have published a joint report which reflects on the Taylor Review and sets out how they believe the employment framework should be amended to reflect and support the modern world of work.
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In this manifesto, the CIPD set out their recommendations for the next government in relation to good work and business practice.
The CIPD has published its recommendations to the Taylor review on employment status. It focuses on gig economy participants who trade their time and skills through the Internet and online platforms, providing a service to a third party as a form of paid employment.
This report by Lindsay Judge and Daniel Tomlinson of the Resolution Foundation aims to shed new light on agency workers by mapping out the scale and nature of this overlooked group in the UK today.
This report on the gig economy from Concur looks at the nuances of the on-the-go economy and the implications for businesses in the future.
This report from Seth D. Harris and Alan B. Krueger of the Hamilton Project explores new and emerging work relationships arising in the "online gig economy" in the US that do not fit the existing legal definitions of "employee" and "independent contractor" status.
The UK labour market is changing and hard-won employment rights are affecting how people balance their work life and home life. But what are the consequences of casualised and precarious work on women in particular? Trades Union Congress consider.
Businesses are becoming increasingly optimistic as the economic recovery becomes more soundly based. What can be identified as the employment trends of 2014? The CBI and Accenture consider.
There has been a long-standing assumption that temporary work is 'second hand work', but is this really still the case? Mark Beatson, Chief Economist at the CIPD considers whether a temporary job really is, a bad job.