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Demands for more protection for gig economy workers

Thirty-six percent YOY increase in applications & 24 percent increase in job ads within the gig economy. Businesses and employees are calling on the UK Government to provide more protection for those who work in the gig economy. In a survey of nearly 5,000 workers and over 100 businesses by leading jobs board totaljobs, 90 percent of employees and 87 percent of employers said that more regulations were needed to protect the rights of gig workers.

Contributor: David Clift | Published: 27 November 2017

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Gig workers minimum wage – the pension impact

The resolution foundation has called for certain self-employed workers, chiefly those in the gig economy, to receive the minimum wage in a submission to the Taylor enquiry into modern working practices. Nathan Long - Senior Pension Analyst at Hargreaves Lansdown.

Contributor: Nathan Long | Published: 15 July 2017

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Gig economy tipped to keep growing

The gig economy may be getting a bad press in 2017 but global mobility managers are being urged to understand it better after research suggested the practice will only grow in future. From Lisa Johnson, Global Practice Leader (Consulting Services) at Crown World Mobility.

Contributor: Lisa Johnson | Published: 15 July 2017

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Preliminary response to Taylor Review report

There have been calls for a simplification of employment status, to protect rights and ensure that business owners do not fall foul of legislation due to ignorance, confusion or bad business advice. So what can we expect and hope for in the Taylor Review? From Gemma Tumelty, Managing Director - The HR Dept.

Contributor: Gemma Tumelty | Published: 12 July 2017

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Taylor Review, clarity for workers – a new era for the gig economy

The long-awaited Taylor Review into modern ways of working brings a number of recommendations for workers, but will no doubt have a significant impact on the ‘gig economy’. From by Beverley Sunderland, Managing Director at Crossland Employment Solicitors.

Contributor: Beverley Sunderland | Published: 11 July 2017

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Deliveroo calls for law overhaul

Deliveroo has called on the Government to overhaul existing employment legislation to allow the company to give its delivery drivers more benefits. Comment from Leon Deakin, Partner at law firm Coffin Mew.

Contributor: Leon Deakin | Published: 11 July 2017

Despite distractions, don’t ignore gig-economy and flexible working

Employers must recognise the rise of the ‘gig-economy’ – and implement strategic workforce planning strategies to reflect this shift. Comment Lisa Forrest, Global Head of Internal Talent Acquisition, at Alexander Mann Solutions.

Contributor: Lisa Forrest | Published: 18 June 2017

Employers must recognise the rise of the ‘gig-economy’

Organisations must implement strategic workforce planning strategies to reflect this shift. That is the advice from global talent acquisition and management specialist, Alexander Mann Solutions.

Contributor: Lisa Forrest | Published: 26 May 2017