Tag Archives: gig economy

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‘Failed spectacularly’

A much anticipated review into the gig economy has “spectacularly failed” to deliver protections for those in insecure work, Unite said today (July 11).  ... Read More
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True cost of gig work

Trade unions have rebutted claims by a government appointed chairman of a review into insecure work – including zero-hour, gig economy and agency roles –... Read More

‘Flexible’ for who?

Amid the Brexit worry surrounding Parliament’s on-going debate over the triggering of Article 50, there appeared to be a crack of light from PricewaterhouseCooper (PwC).... Read More
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‘Rotten system’

The UK’s burgeoning “gig economy”, which often relies on exploitative zero-hour contracts and questionable definitions of self-employment, will cost the Treasury £3.5bn in 2020/21, new... Read More