Labour Market Enforcement Strategy 2023 – 2024: call for evidence
26 April 2022
The director of labour market enforcement, Margaret Beels, is seeking evidence that will inform the strategy for 2023-24. Beels would like stakeholder evidence on issues around compliance and enforcement that are emerging in the UK labour market. Particularly in respect of the three enforcement bodies under her remit:
- HMRC National Minimum Wage/National Living Wage (NMW/NLW)
- Gangmasters and Labour Abuse Authority (GLAA)
- Employment Agency Standards (EAS)
The Call for Evidence asks questions in the following areas:
- Recent changes in how UK labour market is operating
- Workforce engagement
- Business engagement
- Employment models
- Enforcement resourcing.
The Call for Evidence is running up to 31 May 2022. The CIPP will be responding to the consultation with evidence gathered through surveys and polls. If you have any input to be considered for the response, please email it to [email protected].
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