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The changing world of work: How do we make sure modern employment practices benefit all involved? with IPSE and CSRE

Start:
Sep 25, 2017
End:
Sep 25, 2017
Venue:
Friends’ Meeting House, Ship Street
Brighton, BN1 1AF United Kingdom

The changing world of work: How do we make sure modern employment practices benefit all involved?
7.30pm, Monday 25 September 2017
Friends Meeting House, Ship Street, BN1 1AF

Speakers:

Simon McVicker Director of policy, IPSE
Peter Dowd MP Shadow chief secretary to the Treasury
Nita Clarke Director, Involvement and Participation Association (IPA)
Nigel Meager Director, Institute for Employment Studies
Liam Byrne MP Shadow minister for digital


Chair: Hamish Sandison Chair, Labour Business

This event will look at how rapidly changing employment practices and technological advances are affecting many freelancers and the self-employed in particular. In addition, there will be a debate on what the best approach is to ensure being self-employed is still a sector that can continues to thrive while rights for workers are better protected.

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