Modernising European Union labour law: has the UK anything to gain?, report with evidence, 22nd report of session 2006-07

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The Stationery Office, 27‏/06‏/2007 - 257 من الصفحات
In its Green Paper about the need for labour market reform, the European Commission argued that the increasing diversity of 21st century working relationships means that existing labour law is no longer adequate. This report brings together the evidence from a wide range f experts and representative bodies about these issues as they affect the UK labour market. It finds that the evidence does not support the Commission. The consensus is that the relatively light regulation of the UK labour market is advantageous and that problems of social disadvantage and structural unemployment are better addressed by measures aimed at tackling poor skills and social inequality rather than changing labour law. The report therefore recommends that efforts at EU level should focus on the promotion and sharing of good practice, rather than the introduction of new legislation.
 

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FOREWORDWhat this report is about
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The Development of 21st Century Labour Markets 17
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Labour law and the labour market 54
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what lessons for the UK? 91
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Small businesses and the proportionality of labour law 121
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Addressing Labour Market Disadvantage 164
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EU Legislation Its Formulation in Brussels
44
Supplementary written evidence Professor Shackleton 13
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Mr Owen Tudor Head of European and International Relations Ms Hannah
69
Mr Jim Fitzpatrick MP Minister for Employment Relations and Miss Jane
85
Oral Evidence 3 May 2007
98
Officer
108
Dr Catherine Barnard and Professor Simon Deakin
113
Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development
132
Eurociett
156
The Law Society of Scotland and The Law Society
176

Ms Susan Anderson Director of Human Resources Policy and Mr Tom Moran
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Oral Evidence 19 April 2007 40
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Professor Silvana Sciarra
189

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