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The future world of work and rights of workers inquiry

Inquiry

The Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee has launched an inquiry into the future world of work, focussing on the rapidly changing nature of work, and the status and rights of agency workers, the self-employed, and those working in the 'gig economy'. The inquiry also looks at such as low-pay and poor working conditions for people working in these non-traditional employee roles.

Reports, special reports and government responses

No reports or special reports published.

Oral evidence transcripts

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28 March 2017
Inquiry The future world of work and rights of workers inquiry
Witnesses Lindsay Judge, Senior Research and Policy Analyst, The Resolution Foundation, Tim Thomas, Director of Employment and Skills Policy, EEF, Steve Turner, Assistant General Secretary, Unite the Union, David Camp, Chief Executive, Association of Labour ProvidersBen Grover, External Policy Adviser, Association of Recruitment Consultancy, Jennifer Hardy, Finance Director, Transline, Adrian Gregory, Director, Extraman Ltd, Tim Roache, General Secretary, GMB
Oral Evidence
7 March 2017
Inquiry The future world of work and rights of workers inquiry
Witnesses David Widdowson, Employment Lawyers Association, Paul Morton, Tax Director, Office of Tax Simplification, David Halsey, Head of Office, Office for Tax Simplification, Hannah Reed, Senior Employment Rights Officer, TUC, Sue Tumelty, Founder and Managing Director, The HR Dept Ltd, Stephen Devlin, Senior Economist, New Economics Foundation
Oral Evidence
Extraman Ltd (WOW0106)
Association of Recruitment Agencies (WOW0107)
Helen Goodman MP (WOW0105) (WOW0108)

Other publications

No other publications published.

Contact us

  • Email: commonsbtc@parliament.uk
  • Phone: 020 7219 8586 (General enquiries) | 020 7219 6970 (media enquiries)
  • Address: Business and Trade Committee, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA