Labour Exchanges Act 1909
Prior to the creation of these government-funded labour exchanges, workers would have to search for jobs themselves; the first labour exchange was established by social reformer and employment campaigner Alsager Hay Hill in London in 1871.
The act also wanted to improve the mobility of the workforce, which until then had not been achieved. However, the exchanges were not very effective since only 25% of those listed on the labour exchange workforce found employment through them.
- Liberal welfare reforms
- Labour Bureau (London) Act 1902
- Employment Agencies Act 1973
- UK agency worker law
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