Apart from the specialist press, such as the TES, coverage of the proposals in the Taylor Review on learning and skills has been limited.
This is not too surprising considering the focus of the review on tackling contentious employment rights issues in the gig economy and the varied reactions to these recommendations (e.g. see various TUC blogs).
A closer read of the review reveals a number of major recommendations to government on what it should do to support progression at work, including “how people working in atypical or casual work are able to obtain, improve and evidence skills…
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