Due to an ever-evolving UK workforce and the government’s priority to protect the rights of workers, the Taylor Review of Modern Working Practices was conducted. Following the review, Matthew Taylor and his team put together a report which included several suggestions to the government of new laws and legislation which should be put in place to protect and improve the lives of the UK workforce. Thus, The Good Work Plan was created.
If you’re an employer or recruitment agency, from the 6th April 2020, it is likely that your business will be affected by some of the reforms introduced in the Good Work Plan.
But what is the Good Work Plan? What is its purpose? What recommendations were made? We’re sharing everything you need to know about the Good Work Plan below in our comprehensive guides.
At a Glance
The Good Work Plan was developed as a response to the 2017 ‘Taylor Review of Modern Working Practices’
53 recommendations were made following the review
The Government accepted 51 of the 53 recommendations
Guides to the Good Work Plan
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