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Work and Pensions Committee
One-off evidence session scheduled for Wednesday, 11 October 2017.
The Committees question Mr Taylor on his recent report on modern working practices, including how the Government should act to ensure rights and fair pay for gig economy workers.
The Taylor Review examined the implications of new forms of work on the rights and responsibilities of workers and employers, and this session will build on the related work of the previous BEIS Committee’s inquiry into the Future World of Work and the Rights of Workers, and the previous Work & Pensions Committee report and inquiry into Self-Employment and the Gig Economy.
No evidence has been published by the committee yet.
There are currently no public meetings scheduled.
Work and Pensions and BEIS Committees publish letter to Sports Direct Chief Executive