No more delay: We need an Employment Bill fit for the COVID-era

By Gail Irvine, Carnegie UK Trust
  • Protect and enhance workers’ rights as the UK leaves the EU, making Britain the best place in the world to work
  • Promote fairness in the workplace, striking the right balance between the flexibility that the economy needs and the security that workers deserve.
  • Strengthen workers’ ability to get redress for poor treatment by creating a new, single enforcement body.
  • Offer protections for workers by prioritising fairness in the workplaces, and introducing better support for working families.
  • Build on existing employment law with measures that protect those in low paid work and the gig economy.’




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