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  • Becoming a Fair Work Nation by 2025: Consultation report and responses published

    Created: 24/06/2022
    News/Events Category: General News


    The Scottish Government continues to prioritise Fair Work as part of the economic recovery and renewal, and Scotland's transition to a net-zero wellbeing economy.

    Fair Work is one of the pillars in the National Strategy for Economic Transformation and is central to achieving agreed climate targets while raising workplace standards.

    The consultation on Becoming a Fair Work Nation was open from 1 October to 23 December 2021 and sought views on the opportunities, challenges and action needed to achieve the vision for Scotland becoming a Fair Work Nation by 2025.

    To find out more, you can view the responses to this consultation and associated full independent analysis.




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