Independent report

Labour Market Enforcement Strategy: introductory report

Report from David Metcalf, Director of Labour Market Enforcement, looking at non-compliance in the labour market.

Documents

UK Labour Market Enforcement Strategy: introductory report 2016 to 2017

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Informing the UK Labour Market Enforcement Strategy 2018 to 2019: summary of issues

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Details

This is the introductory report from David Metcalf, the Director of Labour Market Enforcement. It sets out the current state of play for the 3 labour market enforcement bodies:

  • Gangmasters and Labour Abuse Authority (GLAA)
  • Employment Agency Standards Inspectorate (EAS)
  • HMRC National Minimum Wage and National Living Wage (HMRC NMW)

The report also explains the role of the Director of Labour Market Enforcement and sets out the current evidence on the nature and scale of non-compliance using published data, enforcement data and intelligence.

The second document summarises the issues on which David Metcalf is focussing for his 2018 to 2019 strategy and where he is seeking stakeholder views and evidence.

Published 19 July 2017