Reform the National Minimum Wage to allow profit-share enterprises

Simply that the burden of paying the National Minimum Wage should be lifted from enterprises where the Employee or Worker has a share in any profits or gross earnings of that enterprise.

Why is this idea important?

Simply that the burden of paying the National Minimum Wage should be lifted from enterprises where the Employee or Worker has a share in any profits or gross earnings of that enterprise.

Reform Late Payment legislation

Late payment legislation doesn't work, as suppliers are too frightened of losing business and the sums involved are generally too small to be worth enforcing anyway.

So instead get HM Revenue and Customs to extract the late payment interest as a levy on all invoices paid over 30 days old, to force larger companies to comply.

Why is this idea important?

Late payment legislation doesn't work, as suppliers are too frightened of losing business and the sums involved are generally too small to be worth enforcing anyway.

So instead get HM Revenue and Customs to extract the late payment interest as a levy on all invoices paid over 30 days old, to force larger companies to comply.

Update 1974 Health & Safety at Work Act

The 1974 Health & Safety at Work Act, to be updated & simplified.

Ambiguities & outdated clauses should be repealed.

The December 2008 HSE 3rd Simplification Plan, should be enacted and the included in a modernised act.

Why is this idea important?

The 1974 Health & Safety at Work Act, to be updated & simplified.

Ambiguities & outdated clauses should be repealed.

The December 2008 HSE 3rd Simplification Plan, should be enacted and the included in a modernised act.

Require businesses to create entry-level jobs

Businesses should be required to have at least 5% of positions in their companies set aside for people without experience in the sector. This can be 5% rounded down, so companies with under 20 workers would not be affected, companies with 20 – 39 employees would need to have one position etc.

Why is this idea important?

Businesses should be required to have at least 5% of positions in their companies set aside for people without experience in the sector. This can be 5% rounded down, so companies with under 20 workers would not be affected, companies with 20 – 39 employees would need to have one position etc.