Last week, business secretary Vince Cable made a commitment to evaluate the administrative implications of the AWR within the next 18 months.
He noted that "flexible labour markets are an "essential" component of a successful economy and said it is vital that they function in a way that employers "have the confidence to take on new workers and create new jobs".
Responding to Mr Cable's speech, Gillian Econopouly, the REC's head of policy, said the commitment to identify and address unnecessary bureaucracy around AWR implementation is "good news".
"We have agreed to provide the government with regular member feedback, starting with our first post-AWR meeting with the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills this week," she added.
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