We’re seeking views on the recommendations in the Matthew Taylor Review of modern working practices on the enforcement of employment rights.
- sets out the government’s intention to enforce a wider range of basic employment rights on behalf of vulnerable workers
- seeks evidence on the extent of the problem faced by low paid workers in accessing sick pay and holiday pay to help target enforcement efforts
- sets out the government’s plans to simplify the enforcement process for employment tribunal awards
- outlines the government’s intention to introduce a naming scheme for unpaid employment tribunal awards
- takes forward the review’s recommendations that employment tribunal judges should be obliged to consider stronger punishments for employers who ignore previous tribunal judgments
- seeks views on how best to implement these measures
On 7 February 2018 we published the government response to the Matthew Taylor Review of Modern Working Practices along with this and 3 other related consultations: