This chapter makes an interesting critique on a selection of some legal topics of content of Taylor Review. The critique includes the following crucial issues related to the British labour market: the importance of employment status; the worker status conundrum in comparison to employee status; (c) greater transparency of rights in the particulars of employment; one/two sided flexibility; continuity of employment; agency workers and HRMC rules; corporate governance and social dialogue; corporate transparency; and enforcement. Recently, British tribunals and courts have been very effective in dealing with the most up-to-date digital and technological innovations which have encouraged the establishment and rapid development of the gig economy. The book exposes the huge and global importance of new technologies in labour markets, and their challenges, and alerts governments and international organisations about them so that they can take the necessary action to combat some of the most important risks to protect people from them.