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UK’s Supreme Court rules ‘workfare’ legally flawed

31 October 2013

In a Financial Times article, Carla Davidson comments upon a Supreme Court ruling that the Government's controversial back to work schemes, which require jobseekers to work for free or risk losing their benefits, were legally flawed.

In a Financial Times article, Carla Davidson comments upon a Supreme Court ruling that the Government's controversial back to work schemes, which require jobseekers to work for free or risk losing their benefits, were legally flawed.

Carla goes on to discuss how the ruling is embarrassing for the Government as critics of unpaid work schemes now have another opportunity to express their dissatisfaction and emphasise the importance of paying workers fairly.

You can read Carla's comments in full on the Financial Times website here. Please note that a subscription is required to view this article.

Carla's comments can also be viewed on the HR Magazine website here.

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