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Taylor made

11 July 2017 By Carol Ryan

A government-backed study proposing better rights for gig workers and changes to tax hits some helpful notes. It stops short, though, of calling for business to bear the cost of a highly flexible workforce. That is a realistic reflection of the UK’s weaker bargaining power.

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