We consider the implications of the Taylor Review of modern working practices on employment law and employment taxation.
The Taylor Review of Modern Working Practices has now been published. It considers potential changes to employment practices to keep pace with modern business.
The independent review was announced by the Prime Minister in October 2016 and carried out by chief executive of the Royal Society of the Arts, Matthew Taylor. It was underpinned by three aims: to tackle exploitation; increase clarity on status and rights; and to bring the law on employment status up to date with modern working practices.
In a press release, Donna Sharp, Senior Manager Legal Services KPMG in the UK and Colin Ben-Nathan, Partner at KPMG in the UK consider the implications of the review on employment law and employment taxation.
Read their comments on the Taylor Review of Modern Working Practices.
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