Director of Labour Market Enforcement Call for Evidence
30 July 2018
The Director of Labour Market Enforcement (DLME) has published a Call for Evidence for his 2019/20 Strategy. Topics for discussion include the use of compliance approaches to enforcement and joint working between the state enforcement bodies.
The Call for Evidence sets out the key issues and questions on which Sir David Metcalf, the Director of Labour Market Enforcement, would like to receive evidence for his 2019/2020 Labour Market Enforcement Strategy.
The key topics covered are:
Focus on three sectors: Hotels; Restaurants and food services; Warehousing
Use of labour market enforcement bodies’ additional resources and impact
Use of compliance approaches to enforcement
Joint working between the state enforcement bodies
Look out in News On Line for further information on this Call for Evidence; the Policy team will be arranging a roundtable (Policy Think Tank) to discuss the areas which you, the payroll experts, can provide valuable information on.
This call for evidence will run for 10 weeks. The closing date for submitting evidence is Friday 28 September.