It is vital that everyone has the information they need to comply with the law. With new opportunity comes new challenges. The government should do this by improving both the interpretation of the law and enforcement action taken by HMRC in this area. This jeopardises workers’ financial security and personal well-being. In simple terms, these relationships involve the employing firm paying the umbrella company, who in turn reimburse the worker. Employment Tribunals already have powers to impose additional penalties where an employer has breached its obligations. Develop cutting edge Health & Well-being and Disability data dashboards. It is important that the government understands what the impacts of any change would be on people and businesses. We are committed to tackling this lack of transparency. In a time of full employment it is becoming increasingly unusual for agency workers to have gaps between their assignments, and some employers are instead simply using this opt-out to reduce the size of their paybill. This makes it more likely people can find jobs or work more hours. The government should work closely with organisations like Timewise and Working Families to encourage flexible working and initiatives like “happy to talk flexible working” to a wider range of employers. The emphasis in the Industrial Strategy and sector deals on technology and innovation should be linked to the importance of human factors in driving productivity and enabling more rewarding working lives. Following consultation, we agree with his conclusion and we will legislate to improve the clarity of the employment status tests, reflecting the reality of modern working relationships. The government should consider accrediting a range of platforms designed to support the move towards more cashless transactions with a view to increasing transparency of payments, supporting individuals to pay the right tax. This is an ambitious programme of reform which will help to address some of the difficulties people face in enforcing tribunal awards that Matthew Taylor identified in his report. The Carnegie proposals are an important source of effective evaluation metrics that the Council have been asked to consider. Personal service – whether the individual is required to do the work themselves. It could be linked to the longer-term development of life-time digital individual learning accounts. To complement these legislative measures, we will also work with Investors in People, Acas, trade unions and other experts to promote the development of better employee engagement with a particular focus on sectors with high levels of casual employment and smaller firms. It will also ensure consumers can be confident in the knowledge that their tips are going to the staff they as intended. I am grateful to all respondents. This is faster than at any other point in the distribution. The following diagram shows that of all notified claims, fewer than 6% are ultimately decided by an Employment Tribunal. This video is unavailable. We will therefore legislate to extend the holiday pay reference period from 12 to 52 weeks. As we set out in the Industrial Strategy, we are committed to ensuring everyone benefits from work that is fair and decent with realistic scope for development and fulfilment. In the 2018 Autumn Budget we announced a £100 million initial commitment to start the roll out of the National Retraining Scheme.

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