Consultation on Tackling Exploitation in the Labour Market - Tackling Exploitation in the Labour Market: Consultation


Tue, 13 Oct 2015

A Department for Business, Innovation and Skills and Home Office consultation seeks views on proposals to improve the effectiveness of the enforcement of employment rights to protect workers from exploitation. Proposals include: establishing a statutory Director of Labour Market Enforcement; creating a new offence of an aggravated breach of labour market legislation; and increasing intelligence and data sharing between the existing enforcement bodies. Comments by 9 November 2015.




Category: Employment »  Keyword(s): Criminal law. Area(s) of law: Employment; Crime.
Source: Department for Business, Innovation and Skills; Home Office

 

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