Modern employment practices
Read the CIPD's response to Matthew Taylor’s Review of Modern Employment Practices
In October 2016, the Government appointed Matthew Taylor, chief executive of the Royal Society of Arts, to lead a review on employment practices and consider how they might need to change to keep up with modern business models.
The CIPD has responded to all six key areas of the Review, which are security, pay and rights, progression and training, balance of rights and responsibilities, representation, opportunities for under-represented groups and new business models.
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