MATTHEW TAYLOR REVIEW
'Workers should be treated like human beings, not cogs in a machine,' Matthew Taylor reports The report by Matthew Taylor, a former policy chief to Tony Blair and chief executive of the Royal Society of Arts, has recommend a series of protections for “gig-economy” workers with insecure jobs at app-based firms such as Uber and Deliveroo. Our founder, Viviane is a fellow at RSA and read snapshots of his ideas and recommendations which was very interesting. This independent review examined how employment practices needs to change in order to keep up with new business models. Matthew make's 3 interesting points: i) reject complacent orthodoxy and question radical idealism ii) focus on practical change that can make a difference now iii) do so in ways that could be much more powerful than conventional interventions.