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About the ALP

Responsible Recruitment

6 Meet the ALP team

55 Responsible Recruitment Toolkit (RRT)


56 RRT toolkit of services

ALP welcome

8 ALP membership subscription

57 RRT online tool

9 ALP mission and purpose

58 RRT online training

Member and Industry Support 13 News and updates

59 Free benefits for ALP members 60 Clearview

14 ALP representative and policy work

Stronger Together

22 Briefs and guidance

64 Overview and progress

23 Webinars

65 Who we work with

24 Academy

66 Our programmes

27 Consultancy

68 Get started

Accessing Workers 32 Immigration and right to work 34 Worker sourcing and supply

69 Pragmatic and free resources 70 Training opportunities 73 E-learning courses

37 Open to Opportunity

74 Evaluating your progress in tackling modern slavery

38 Worker engagement

75 Become a Business Partner

40 Worker retention

Due Diligence 44 Charge rates 46 Fair’s Fair

The Gangmasters and Labour Abuse Authority 79 Gangmasters and Labour Abuse Authority – advice to the industry

48 Labour provider due diligence to ensure good practice

82 ALP resources to support you to achieve GLAA compliance

49 Core Score

84 The GLAA Licensing Standards – October 2018

50 Free due diligence training 51 Complyer 52 Coronavirus

Directories 113 ALP Labour Provider Members directory 143 ALP Associate Members directory 149 ALP Service Partners directory

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Kevin Roberts Chair

David Camp Chief Executive

Hannah Newcomb Head of Responsible Recruitment

Gillian Haythornthwaite Head of Policy

Joanne Young Head of Development

Heather Wild Member Support

Healey Newson Member Engagement

Alison Prince Programme Administrator

Michelle Elmer Member Administration

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UK labour supply challenges and their impacts on our lives are now making daily headline news. Whilst full employment is an overridingly positive thing, vacancy numbers have never been higher and in recent times, labour shortages never so acute. The business sector called for a pragmatic, evidence-based post EU exit immigration system that would work at all skill levels to enable industry to continue to survive and thrive. Instead, the new system has all but ended businesses’ ability to address critical lower skilled labour shortages from outside the UK. With limited transitional arrangements and no meaningful UK domestic skills and workforce strategy, the cliff edge that business warned of has come to pass. The food supply chain is now facing extreme challenges in recruiting and retaining the essential workers it needs. Labour providers vital role in sourcing sufficient UK resident workers with the right quality and skill level has never been so critical. The ALP is supporting our members to adapt to the new immigration rules, new ways of working and what is, in effect, a new economic reality. Supporting reputable labour providers and promoting responsible recruitment are at the core of the ALP’s purpose – we encourage all our members and their clients to make full use of the free resources available through Stronger Together, the Responsible Recruitment Toolkit and Just Good Work. If you are an employer that uses labour providers, then please contact us to learn more about how ALP can support you. We are here to support our members. If you are a labour provider and are not yet an ALP member, give us a call, we’d love to talk with you.

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ALP MEMBERSHIP SUBSCRIPTION Join the ALP and gain unlimited access to all the support, resources and services you need to attract, recruit retain and supply workers professionally, responsibly and in compliance with UK legislation. The ALP subscription year runs from January to December, although new members may join at any point throughout the year.

Organisations that: n Supply labour may become ALP Members n Use agency labour may become ALP Associate Members n Supply business services may become ALP Service Partners. The 2022 subscription scale for labour providers is based upon the annual turnover of the organisation and is incredible value at: Annual turnover under £1 million (New GLAA licence holders*)


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ALP MISSION AND PURPOSE The ALP’s mission is for “UK labour provision to be recognised as a model of global good practice” achieved through six policy focus areas:

1. Supply Chain Partner

Driving awareness of the crucial role labour providers undertake in supply chains through the sourcing and supply of a high calibre future workforce.

2. Access to Labour

Promoting national policy actions and developing industry capability to maintain ongoing access to an adequate labour supply of all skill levels.

3. Fair Charge Rates

Promoting payment of fair charge rates to labour providers that enable business sustainability and do not foster worker exploitation or tax evasion.

Established in 2004 at the instigation of the UK government and industry stakeholders, ALP is a not for profit trade association promoting responsible recruitment and good practice for organisations that supply essential workers across primary and industrial sectors, construction, food and general manufacturing, warehousing, logistics and the supply chain. The ALP influences government and regulatory policy and provides a wide range of practical and up to date information and services to its members. Constituted as an incorporated trade association limited by guarantee, ALP is governed by a Members’ Council of 16 labour providers with an independent Chairman and Chief Executive.

4. Fair to Workers

Supporting labour providers to meet legal and ethical responsibilities and to treat workers fairly and with respect.

5. Fair Competition

Support for clear and proportionate regulation of labour provision that facilitates fair competition.

6. Responsible Recruitment

Leading a stakeholder partnership approach to drive continuous improvement in responsible recruitment standards applied by labour providers.



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Keeping up to date with the latest legislation, guidance, news and events is key to successfully navigating our fast-paced, ever-changing environment. ALP members have access to up to the minute information through our range of regular communications, including: n The ALP Linked In page with up to the minute content on everything from government announcements to upcoming events n News Updates – more frequent when necessary – making sure you are informed of all relevant issues of interest across the week n Newsletters and Labour Supply Updates – for a concise round up of the month’s news and events

n Online Member Support Forums – live and interactive monthly events where members can hear directly from our expert team with briefings and analysis of the most important topics of the moment n Bi-annual labour supply surveys – canvassing the experience of both labour providers and labour users to form an ongoing picture of current labour supply and near term forecasts.




Immigration Policy Free movement of EU labour has now ended and a series of challenges remain. To support members, ALP maintains correspondence and dialogue with the Home Office and Defra Access to Labour team to obtain clarity on new and evolving issues and continues to update and issue member guidance. The ALP’s policy is that sector-based schemes for lower skilled workers should be introduced for critical sectors such as health, social care and food supply where evidence indicates a shortage. The Migration Advisory Committee should make annual evidence-based recommendations to government on sectors, roles and thresholds for temporary immigration of lower skilled workers. The Seasonal Workers’ Pilot Scheme was extended in December 2020 for a further year, with an increase to 30,000 workers and two additional labour provider operators. The four operators are all expected to fulfil their visa quotas. In October 2021, 5500 poultry


workers and 4,700 food supply chain HGV drivers were added. ALP has re-established the Seasonal Workers’ Scheme Multi-Stakeholder Working Group to inform the development of good practice. The major industry concern is the future of the scheme in 2022 and beyond. The Home Office has not yet confirmed if the pilot scheme will be extended or become a permanent scheme. ALP and many other business groups argued for a continuation of the COVID digital Right to Work Checks which have been extended to 5th April 2022. The Home Office has announced an intention to introduce a new digital solution. A series of immigration and right to work challenges remain with the digital checking service, delays with the Employer Checking Service, backlog in dealing with late applications to the EU Settlement Scheme (EUSS) and changing border entry and quarantine rules. ALP is engaging and responding on these as required.

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Access to Labour ONS statistics show that unemployment at 4.5% is much lower than forecasted and youth unemployment is also starting to fall. Job vacancies are over 1 million for the first time. The International Monetary Fund has upgraded its economic forecast and is predicting the UK economy will grow by 4.8% in 2022. Labour supply in the UK has been tightening for a number of years. Both labour providers and supply chain businesses agree that the food industry will not have access to the labour it needs this year or in the foreseeable future. The consequences of these shortages are and will be restrictions in output, reduced exports, increasing empty shelves and food waste, food inflation and risks to animal welfare. Actions required to address this include: n Government must urgently adopt a radically new, coherent and comprehensive national strategy to enable future access to labour n A collaborative approach is required between government departments and the food industry to address and remedy skills and labour constraints n The food industry must work effectively and collaboratively to address the underlying causes for its labour and skills shortages n Each individual food business must take responsibility to improve its working environment, terms of engagement and recruitment and retention strategies to effectively attract and retain workers ALP’s paper Addressing UK Food Industry Labour Shortages looks at how these challenges will need to be addressed and details the actions required by Government and the food industry.

British Nationals Overseas

Seasonal agricultural workers

People with EUSS status Local labour pool

Frontier workers

Youth Mobility Scheme

Skilled Worker route

Labour Pool

Graduate 2 year visa


UK ancestry route

Some asylum seekers

Family members of migrants Refugees

The UK has completed its exit from the EU, the grace period has passed, and the post Brexit immigration policy is in place. Business sectors are finding it hard to adapt to there being no general low skilled immigration route. The only immediate solution to labour shortages is extended immigration. Government is opposed to low skilled immigration as it seeks to embed its strategy to shift the UK to a higher skilled, higher income economy. However, the government’s last minute (or ‘too little, too late’ as otherwise described) introduction of the short-term visa scheme for poultry workers and HGV drivers to help keep supermarket shelves stocked in the run up to Christmas, shows that it will adapt its policy where the evidence and politics drive an absolute need. The ALP is supporting members and the wider food supply chain to improve their ability to source and retain a domestic workforce. To ensure ongoing success, labour providers will need to adapt their sourcing models to the new immigration system and economic climate.



ALP REPRESENTATIVE AND POLICY WORK Labour Supply Chain Payment Charter agreeing to apply a set of fair payment commitments and to work collaboratively to promote compliance and human rights due diligence in agency labour procurement in their own organisation and throughout their UK food and drink supply chain.

Fair Competition/Fair Charge Rates - Fair’s Fair

Labour Market Enforcement In July 2019, the government announced proposals to create a single labour market enforcement body.

Payment of fair charge rates to labour providers that enable business sustainability and do not foster worker exploitation or tax evasion is a core ALP policy priority. The ALP’s ongoing workstream “Fair’s Fair” is ‘an awareness and education programme to support the commercially sustainable procurement of agency labour so that workers never pay the price of poor purchasing practice.’ ALP has issued Charge Rate Guidance, ‘Calculating Charge Rates for Agency Labour’, ‘How Poor Procurement Practice is Driving Agency Labour Exploitation’ and the ‘Fair Procurement of Agency Labour Good Practice’ toolkits and introduced the RIPPPLine (Report line for Illegal or Poor Procurement Practice). In August 2021, the ALP wrote to all the supermarket Chief Executives to sign the

The ALP has advocated for the creation of such an enforcement body for over ten years and made a detailed submission to the consultation which closed in October 2019. The Government responded in June 2021 confirming that the single enforcement body will have consistent powers to enforce payment of the minimum wage, labour exploitation and modern slavery, along with holiday payments for vulnerable workers and safeguarding agency workers across all sectors. The government is now developing more detailed plans for the body which will be subject to the usual government approval process and enactment of legislation will also be required. It is not expected to be formed and operational before 2023.


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The review of Operation Fort by the Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner ‘What businesses should learn from the UK’s largest anti-slavery prosecution’ highlighted the poor practice that had taken place and made recommendations on the actions that business should take to ensure they are addressing the risks of slavery and trafficking in their business and supply chains. ALP supports the Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner’s findings and in our response report, “Operation Fort – Addressing the Underlying Causes” highlight five key factors as to how the infiltration of organised crime into the food supply could happen within the most highly regulated and audited primary and industrial sectors in the UK economy:

1. Lack of effective compliance enforcement by the Gangmasters and Labour Abuse Authority 2. Lack of incentive for labour providers to improve as poor procurement practice fails to value legal compliance and responsible recruitment practices 3. Lack of clarity over how labour providers adopt good labour standards practice and how this can be monitored 4. Lack of compliance and human rights due diligence on labour supply by food producers and growers 5. Lack of requirement for compliance and human rights due diligence of the supply chain by supermarkets and others Our response explains how ALP and its sister programmes have responded to support the UK food supply chain, and the labour providers that supply them, to address the underlying causes of how this exploitation was able to happen within the food sector. It also responds to the Independent AntiSlavery Commissioner’s recommendations to support ethical businesses to embed human rights due diligence into the DNA of their organisation and supply chain – so that worker exploitation is minimised wherever possible and remediated where identified.




Due Diligence

ALP will record, monitor and report progress against the Maturity Framework on a monthly basis. Over time, we expect this framework to correlate to improvements in UK labour supply as more and more businesses engage with the support and resources that these programmes offer.

Mirroring the terminology used by the Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner, the ALP has developed a Labour Provider Compliance Maturity Framework for those trading in the GLAA licensed sector. This categorises businesses according to their level of engagement with the programmes that support compliance good practice, responsible recruitment and human rights due diligence. These programmes are structured so that ALP members pay no additional costs until they seek to achieve Maturity Level 4.

Trading GLAA Licensed Labour Provider Compliance Maturity Framework Level 0 - No engagement

Level 1 - Receiving Information

Level 2 - Building Capability


The Maturity Framework engagement levels indicate that there is much progress still to be made and the most effective impact on this will be achieved through supermarkets, retailers, food producers and growers mandating human rights due diligence by the labour providers in their supply chain.






Not ALP member or registered with RRT or S2G



Any of: ALP member, S2G or RRT registered but not attended ALP compliance, S2G and RRT training in last 3 years



Level 1 plus has attended ALP, S2G and RRT training in last 3 years

Level 3 - Self Reporting

Level 2 plus sharing CORE; RRT and self-assessment with clients and is an S2G & RRT Business Partner

Level 4 - Externally verified

Level 3 plus satisfactorily Complyer audited and S2G Verified; or Clearview certified

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ALP REPRESENTATIVE AND POLICY WORK September 2021, expressing concern that little substantive progress has been made by the GLAA in addressing the failings in its compliance operations since ALP first detailed these.

ALP policy is to: n Work in partnership with the GLAA to tackle labour exploitation n Work with the GLAA to ensure that its processes are fair and proportionate and that unreasonable burdens are not imposed on compliant operators n Challenge the GLAA where it is necessary and appropriate to do so. The ALP wrote to the GLAA in November 2019 expressing its deep concern regarding the GLAA’s compliance operations, extensively detailing the issues needing to be addressed. This was followed by further correspondence and meetings. Responding to the GLAA public consultation, the ALP called on the GLAA to undertake a root and branch overhaul of its compliance operations and proposed 22 key actions for the GLAA to implement with urgency. In July 2021 the GLAA Board approved a new Compliance Strategy. Whilst broadly positive, commitments remain nebulous and untimetabled. ALP wrote to the GLAA again in


ACADEMY Complying with the GLAA Licensing Standards


The ALP has also proposed a working group to review the current GLAA performance statistics so that the GLAA more effectively measures and reports its outcomes and impact. The ALP, GLAA and BRC are collaborating to develop a new Food Supply Chain Protocol, taking a new approach to collaborative working in the UK food supply chain with regards to protecting vulnerable workers by creating and acting as an enabling structure to: 1. Educate workers on their rights and remedies and prevent labour exploitation 2. Support food supply chain businesses to better apply human rights due diligence processes 3. Enable intelligence sharing to prevent and remedy the exploitation of workers.

ALP’s support and navigation through these recent times has been second to none




ALP and GLAA are working in partnership to provide a free place for all ALP members, GLAA licence holders and applicants, food supply chain labour users on a two hour online workshop: ‘Labour Provider Compliance – Due Diligence to Ensure Good Practice’ during which ALP experts explain the issues and context, along with UK compliance requirements and enforcement, and provide: n A step-by-step process to achieve legal and ethical compliance in the provision and use of agency labour n Clear guidance how to undertake effective due diligence to evidence compliance – both internally and in your labour supply chain n The necessary resources and tools to support your journey

Work with other Government Departments The ALP represents the position of labour providers with government departments and bodies: n BEIS – The ALP meets and maintains dialogue as necessary with the Office of the Director of Labour Market Enforcement, NMW policy team; Employment Agency Standards (EAS) Inspectorate and Labour Markets team

n Defra – ALP works closely with the Defra Access to Labour team on response to the Covid-19 impact, the Seasonal Workers Pilot, immigration policy and all labour supply and demand issues n DWP – ALP has a formal partnership agreement with the DWP n EHRC – The ALP sits on Equalities and Human Rights Commission panels as required n Home Office – ALP works with the Modern Slavery Unit, Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner; and sits on the Modern Slavery Strategy Implementation Group, the ECHO (Employer Consultation with the Home Office) Group on right to work checks and Migration Advisory Committee as required n HMRC – ALP maintains a channel of communication and meets occasionally with officials to discuss matters of relevance to labour providers. ALP provides evidence on fraud in the labour market where this is relevant n HSE – The ALP maintains an occasional dialogue n LPC – The ALP makes an annual submission and presents evidence to the Low Pay Commission n Scottish, Welsh and Northern Irish Executives – The ALP maintains a dialogue on matters to do with agricultural wages, human rights and modern slavery


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Responsible Recruitment The ALP since its inception has promoted ethical recruitment and good practice in labour provision. ALP members can access for free: n A subscription to the online tool n Unlimited online delegate training places n Stronger Together Tackling Modern Slavery in UK Businesses training for a delegate n Stronger Together Tackling Modern Slavery toolkits and resources n A short, animated video to use in inductions explaining how to avoid problems, rights at work, and where and how to report issues

The scale and reach of responsible recruitment services has continued to grow in 2021. Highlights include: n Subscribers can now upgrade to a ‘Supply Chain’ subscription on the RRT online tool which enables clients (e.g. retailers/ employers/labour providers) to link to their suppliers/labour providers/2nd tier labour providers to view responsible recruitment progress n Clearview is operational again in the UK following the transition in scheme management. There are a number of changes including lower fees, increased support for Scheme Applicants, including an induction meeting and suite of training tutorial videos taking labour providers through the technical standards and control points they will be audited against. ALP has also worked closely with leading B Corp, Fifty-Eight to develop the UK version of the Just Good Work app which enables labour providers to promote good recruitment and employment practices throughout their operations and supply chain by providing consistent information to jobseekers and workers. Now available in a range of languages, Just Good Work is completely free of charge to workers who can download the app and make instant use of its advice and guidance on working in the UK and find out where to go for help if things go wrong.




ALP’s wide range of briefs, toolkits and contracts are specifically written to be of direct relevance to labour providers and are regularly reviewed to ensure they stay up to date. ALP has consolidated some topic areas – AWR, NMW, Transport - into single toolkits to improve clarity and accessibility. ALP guidance covers every area of labour provider compliance from the Agency Workers Regulations to the National Minimum Wage. Our template contracts have been independently reviewed by our legal partners at JMW and provide a suite of practical documents that you can adapt to your business needs. 2021’s collaborations included: n the Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply on Fair Procurement guidance n the UK Home Office on a comprehensive guide to the new immigration system and right to work rules.

See examples of appropriate briefs and guidance to ensure compliance with the GLAA Licensing standards in the GLAA section of this handbook (see page 82 and 83).

ACADEMY Complying with the Agency Workers Regulations



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Webinars offer an efficient and effective way to communicate, providing the opportunity for live engagement on issues of relevance and interest to our members. In 2021, ALP has provided dozens of free member webinars on everything from compliance topics such as right to work checks, employment status and charge rate guidance, new member services such as transport, accommodation and legal insurance and softer subjects such as leading teams during uncertain times. During 2021, we welcomed guest speakers from government, academia and industry, including the UK Home Office, the GLAA, the Employment Agency Standards Inspectorate and JMW Solicitors.

All of our webinars are recorded and available for members to watch again through the ALP Help Centre.





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Our trainers have many years of experience in their respective fields and include labour providers and labour users as well as subject matter experts. Designed and delivered by experts who understand our sector and ensure that every module is relevant, practical and achieves your objectives Cost effective pricing with a discount for ALP members Completely flexible modular design - modules can be

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Expert Consultancy for Labour Providers Support your compliance and due diligence journey with direct assistance from our expert consultants. Each ALP approved consultant has years of senior level experience as either a labour provider or a labour user and is fully conversant and up to date with relevant legislative and ethical standards. From simple document reviews and confidential consultative audits, through to strategy and policy development, our consultants help you to get it right and keep it right. All consultancy work is completely confidential. If you have a specific project in mind, please see our list of fixed price consultancy tasks below, or if you prefer flexibility, book a set period of exclusive time with one of our consultants. Consultancy fees are priced for remote support. If you prefer us to visit, travel costs will apply.

Example Tasks


Document Review

Fast and thorough reviews of your existing operational documents such as policies, procedures, worker contracts, KIDs, handbooks, assignment details or Modern Slavery Statements. We will check that they are compliant with legislation and suggest both necessary and recommended improvements.

Terms of Business/ Contract Review

A comprehensive review of your contracts against the ALP templates, to ensure they meet legislative standards, cover all eventualities and properly protect your business.

Service Level Agreements

Define and record the specific services and service levels agreed with your client with a bespoke Service Level Agreement. Modelled on the ALP Template, the document includes KPIs, review and escalation processes and supports effective management of your client relationships.

Health and Safety Checklist

Ensure appropriate risk management, co-operation and assignment and agreement of responsibilities to better protect the health and safety of agency workers and comply with legislation and GLAA licensing.

Applicable to either standard Terms of Business or bespoke contract agreements.

Our consultant will work with your client to complete the ALP Client Health and Safety Checklist and will highlight any areas of concern. Holiday Pay

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ACCESSING WORKERS > Immigration and right to work > Worker sourcing and supply > Open to Opportunity > Worker engagement










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The post EU exit immigration system has introduced a range of new immigration routes to work in the UK and ended EU citizens’ automatic right to work in the UK. This new system includes a points-based route for skilled workers, the EU Settlement Scheme, a pilot Seasonal Workers’ Scheme and a Frontier Workers’ Permit. For labour providers and many employers this was the defining issue of 2021 with reams of complex new guidance for members to get to grips with, including entirely new right to work checks for EU citizens. ALP has distilled that guidance is cascaded down into straightforward and pragmatic resources to support member compliance.

ACADEMY Preventing Illegal Working and Ensuring Effective Right to Work Policies



Please extend my thanks to your team for their extraordinary delivery under these circumstances.


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ALP worked closely with the Home Office to create the online guide ‘Workforce Recruitment and Labour Supply from July 2021’ and maintain close contact with both the Home Office and the Defra Access to Labour team to answer members’ specific queries and ensure resources are kept up to date.

ACADEMY Paying Agency Workers Accurately and Fairly


ACADEMY Calculating Paid Holiday Entitlement for Agency Workers





In a few short years, labour providers have gone from having a reasonable supply of appropriate workers to the most extreme labour shortages in a generation.

selection processes to recruit the right quality of workers to meet their clients’ needs.

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ACADEMY Labour Sourcing – Maximising your Applicant Pool



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The Extra Workers Needed Portal is one of the ways in which the ALP is supporting the food industry to address the challenge of labour shortages. Visit our website home page and click the ‘Need Workers’ button. It’s a straightforward concept and free of charge - the portal enables businesses that need extra workers to post their requirements for workers and be contacted by GLAA licensed ALP labour providers that can supply them. Watch a demonstration on the ALP YouTube Channel.

Our ‘Working in the UK Food Industry’, video features food workers speaking honestly about why it’s such a great sector to work in. The video is for all food industry employers and labour providers to use on their websites and in their recruitment campaigns to support in giving confidence to people considering work in the food industry and to inspire them to apply for work in this critical sector.

Access this FREE video from the video page of the ALP Help Centre.

n All employers can register now to add their vacancies to the portal n ALP GLAA licensed labour provider members can see businesses that need workers and how to contact them.


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Open recruitment involves removing barriers to job applicants – opening up opportunity to all people from all kinds of backgrounds to contribute to your organisation – whether they are carers or care leavers, young people or the older generation, people with disabilities or single parents. An open recruitment policy provides everyone with equal access to employment and training and development based on merit. By removing barriers to employment and welcoming all groups into your company, you expand your applicant base and create happier, healthier and more successful work environments – these resources help you to achieve this.

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Worker engagement is about the relationship between the worker and the employer. An ‘engaged’ worker is one who is absorbed by and enthusiastic about their work and so takes positive action to further the organisations reputation and interests. In our increasingly competitive recruitment environment, successful labour providers will be those who are not only able to attract and retain workers but can engage them in a way that adds value to the labour user. Engaging your workforce turns them into advocates for your business – word of mouth has always been a powerful recruitment and sales tool and never more so in today’s era of social media where opinions can be read at the click of a button.


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Just Good Work is a free, interactive app to help all jobseekers and workers understand their UK employment rights, recognise poor treatment at work and access remedy. Just Good Work helps businesses in all sectors throughout their own operations and supply chain to: n Enable direct and indirect workers to access guidance on good recruitment and employment practices n Provide relevant and consistent information to workers in a language they can understand n Reduce the risk of worker exploitation and support Modern Slavery Act due diligence. The app is freely available to all UK employees, employers and labour providers through the collaboration and support of ALP and its partner organisations.

Visit Just Good Work within the Help Centre of the ALP website where you can find flyers, posters, induction video and social media tiles to help you promote Just Good Work to your workforce.




Labour users need good retention strategies to improve worker engagement and so to be known as an employer of choice. Retaining good workers saves time, money and resource by reducing the need to constantly find replacement workers, provide training and settle them into their jobs. Good retention strategies improve worker engagement helping your business to be seen as an employer of choice.

The resources signposted on this page provide step by step guidance for labour providers and their labour user line managers on how to retain workers.

ACADEMY Implementing an Effective Labour Retention Strategy



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in your corner Recruitment and Employment Law Specialists Labour providers are facing uncertain trading conditions and more compliance challenges than ever. JMW Solicitors has an experienced team that can help you deal with them and how to adapt to the latest legal changes. We take into account your commercial objectives and options, providing relevant and practical advice to help you decide how best to move forwards. The team at JMW Solicitors advises businesses (including labour providers) on employment law issues, gangmaster licensing issues and the requirements of the GLAA’s licensing standards. Paul Chamberlain leads the team and has nationally-recognised expertise in the law relating to the recruitment industry, not to mention his 25 years’ legal experience. Other members in the team have advised the sector for a number of years as well and have an excellent understanding of the issues it faces. JMW Solicitors offer a cost effective service to businesses. In addition, ALP members will receive the added benefit of a discount on JMW’s normal rates.

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The rate paid by labour users is a key variable that the GLAA monitors. Labour users that pay unrealistically low rates are knowingly or recklessly conniving in illegality as these rates can only be achieved through worker exploitation, tax evasion or both. ALP has published the annual Charge Rate guidance since 2007. Populated with statutory costs, and estimates of variable costs provided by external sources, the guidance shows labour users the real cost of labour provision and helps to identify the labour providers who may be cutting financial corners. Updated each April, or whenever there is a change in statutory costs, the content is also replicated on the GLAA website.

ACADEMY Calculating Charge Rates for Agency Workers



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ALP Brief: ‘How to Calculate Charge Rates for Agency Labour’ provides a step-by-step process on how to calculate accurate and sustainable charge rates for agency labour. It supports labour providers and labour users to understand the real cost of labour provision, creating a basis for open and fair negotiation. Find out more about how this happens by exploring our Fair’s Fair resources on the ALP website. For labour providers who prefer an online solution, the ALP Charge Rate calculator enables members to input variables such as pay rates, holiday allowance and desired margin to receive a correctly calculated invoice rate that can be shared with clients.

The resources signposted on these pages define the real cost of agency labour and include a step by step process to calculating sustainable charge rates.


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Principle 1: Fair for labour providers Charge rates are sufficient to meet statutory and contractual requirements and provide a sustainable margin.

78% reported payment terms of 60 days or more

Fair’s Fair is an awareness and education programme to support the commercially sustainable procurement of agency labour so that workers never pay the price of poor purchasing practice. “Payment of fair charge rates to labour providers that enable business sustainability and do not foster worker exploitation or tax evasion is a core ALP policy priority. By understanding the true cost of ethical labour supply and defining fair procurement practice, labour users and labour providers can work together to ensure their labour supply is fair, sustainable and free from exploitation.” David Camp

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Principle 2: Fair for labour users Ethical labour standards for agency workers are adhered to and reputation is protected.

Principle 3: Fair for workers Workers receive the pay and rights to which they are legally and contractually entitled; ensure they can work safely and are treated fairly in accordance with established ethical labour standards. To support this, ALP and partners have produced a short animated video particularly for use by labour providers and employers to use in interviews for migrant job seekers and inductions for workers in lower skilled roles in the UK, explaining how to avoid problems, their rights at work, and where and how to report issues. The video is available in English, Bulgarian, Gujarati and Romanian and is free to all to download on the ALP Just Good Work and video resources pages.

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The challenges inherent in the supply of agency labour combined with increased human rights risks caused by labour shortages require an increased focus on due diligence to improve ethical standards, both by labour providers keen to differentiate themselves in a crowded market, and by labour users intent on protecting their workforce and reputation. Using a labour provider should provide a valuable resource. The flexibility of temporary agency workers allows businesses to cover for sickness, holiday and other shortages and react quickly to additional labour requirements resulting from production variations and seasonal fluctuations.

Agency workers also provide a valuable source of experienced workers for permanent recruitment. However, the ALP Fair’s Fair toolkit “How Unfair Procurement Practice is Driving Agency Labour Exploitation” details the many and varied practices applied by unscrupulous labour providers to illegally undercut compliant operators. Labour providers and their clients should agree standards that meet good practice and statutory requirements under all tax, health & safety and employment laws including the Conduct Regulations, Gangmasters Licensing Act, Modern Slavery Act and Agency Workers Regulations, and establish an effective due diligence process to monitor and improve those standards.

Visit the ALP website for a list of labour provider members and browse for relevant support and guidance including the pragmatic, step by step guidance in our ‘Due diligence to ensure labour provider good practice – Step-by-step guide’. Labour users are welcome to join ALP as Associate members enabling you to access the same news, information, and guidance as your labour providers.


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The Compliance Operations Rating Evaluation ‘CORE Score’ checklist, provides businesses with an open-source accessible tool to monitor all the elements of a compliant and successful labour provider service, explaining the standards required and linking to further guidance and support.

Access the CORE Score checklist from the ALP Help Centre.




ALP and GLAA are working in partnership to provide business with support and training which will help you to navigate this challenging environment. All sessions are live and interactive, and available free of charge to GLAA licence holders and applicants, food supply chain labour users and ALP members. Numbers on each workshop are limited to allow effective delegate participation, so please book early to secure the dates you need.

Visit the ALP Academy to book your place.

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Drive up ethical and performance standards, protect your brand and business reputation, demonstrate due diligence and improve audit success. Complyer is an easy-to-use software tool for auditing legal compliance in agency labour provision. The scoring system gives an immediate objective assessment of the labour provider’s compliance which can be used as a KPI target and compared over time to track improvement. Complyer can be used for in-house audits by labour providers, partnership audits by labour users, confidential improvement audits by expert consultants and third-party independent external audits by social compliance audit bodies.

Comprehensive and inclusive - Complyer is applicable to all sectors in the UK: n Intuitive and user-friendly with full guidance on every standard means Complyer can be used by non-audit specialists n Assess against the Gangmasters and Labour Abuse Authority (GLAA) Licensing Standards, the Conduct Regulations, the Agency Workers Regulations and general UK employment and recruitment legislation n Financial probity questions throughout audit compliance with legislation relating to VAT, PAYE, NI, Criminal Finance Act, IR35, disguised self-employment, use of umbrellas and other recruitment intermediaries.

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ALP is fully committed to supporting our members and our industry to keep the nation fed by: n Understanding and responding to the impact of the virus across our sector and coordinating responses n Publishing regular member updates and public guidance ensuring a clear, consistent message n Directly engaging with government, trade bodies, retailers and other key contacts

Find comprehensive resources on our Coronavirus Support Page including briefs, templates, checklists and links to up-to-date guidance.

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TRAINING WEBINARS Eliminating Worker-Paid Recruitment Fees (2 hrs) • Understand the importance of eliminating recruitment fees and related costs and what constitutes a recruitment fee. • Be confident in your next steps to eliminate recruitment fees and understand what to do if recruitment fees are uncovered in your business or supply chains.

Labour Supply Chain Due Diligence and Partnerships (1.5 hrs) • Understand the importance of labour supply chain due diligence and strategic partnerships. • Be confident in your next steps in mapping your labour supply chain, undertaking effective due diligence and working strategically with labour supply chain partners.

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Fair & Equal Opportunity & Treatment (1.5 hrs) • Understand the importance of ensuring fair and equal opportunity and treatment for workers during their recruitment and on-going supply. • Be confident in your next steps in reviewing your business practices to ensure they are fair and equal.


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Clearview is a global responsible recruitment certification scheme for labour recruiters and providers focusing on the conditions faced by vulnerable workers in labour supply chains.

n For Clients: Clearview providers due diligence to ensure brand protection and mitigate potentially liability as well as customer, investor and shareholder reassurance of responsible recruitment standards in the workplace. n For Brands and Retailers: A single certified approach to labour provider auditing drives supply chain consistency and best practice and provides greater trust and transparency in today’s complex labour supply chains.

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network for employers, labour providers, workers and their representatives. “Each one of the 40 million people trapped in modern slavery today is a person, like you and I, and we must individually and collectively take responsibility to bring an end to this great human rights abuse. I truly believe that responsible businesses hold the key to effecting this global change. Stronger Together will work with you on this journey.“


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OVERVIEW & PROGRESS Stronger Together is a business-led, multi-stakeholder initiative whose purpose is to support organisations to tackle modern slavery within their businesses and supply chains. Launched in October 2013, Stronger Together provides clear guidance through training and accessible open source pragmatic resources and tools which are free to use by anyone, in any country. The Progress Reporting Tool provides businesses with the opportunity to self-assess, track and benchmark their progress against industry peers, and the Organisational Performance Assessment delivered by expert consultants, offers independent verification of progress to tackle modern slavery. Our specialist guidance helps employers and labour providers to deter, detect and deal appropriately with forced labour, labour trafficking and other hidden labour exploitation.




Over 10,000 individuals have been trained internationally on tackling modern slavery in their business and supply chain

Over 200 organisations have become a Business Partner to publicly demonstrate their commitment to tackling modern slavery

Over 1 million workers have heard our message and this continues to grow as our programmes expand to new sectors and new countries

“Stronger Together provides an essential platform for industry cooperation, drawing in and building commitment, collaboration and capacity with and between businesses and stakeholders across supply chains. This approach, (...) as well as supporting businesses to take proactive steps, has resulted in industry-wide impact.”

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“No business is too big or too small to be at the risk of modern slavery and labour exploitation. It is up to businesses and the industry as a whole to work together to protect those in our supply chains that are at risk. Stronger Together provides companies with what they need to take the proactive steps necessary to tackle this exploitation. Commitment to this programme demonstrates good business sense.”

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OUR PROGRAMMES CONSUMER GOODS In this sector-specific programme, businesses across the UK are supported in taking action to mitigate modern slavery within their own operations and global supply chain, with their suppliers, their labour providers, their service providers and beyond. For the Consumer Goods programme visit

UK CONSTRUCTION SECTOR Launched in collaboration with industry development partner the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB), to address modern slavery in the construction sector. This sector-specific programme continues to grow. In this programme, businesses across the supply chain are supported in taking action to mitigate modern slavery within their own operations, with their sub-contractors and suppliers, their labour providers, their service providers and beyond. For the Construction programme visit

SOUTH AFRICA Delivered in partnership with local partners the Wine and Agricultural Ethical Trade Association (WIETA) and the Sustainability Initiative of South Africa (SIZA), the programme facilitates dialogue between South African agri-businesses, national and international retailers and importers, and other key stakeholders to address forced labour in agri-businesses in South Africa. For the South Africa programme visit


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OUR PROGRAMMES SPAIN We are supporting the Spanish horticultural industry to prevent, manage and respond to the risk of forced labour and other forms of hidden labour exploitation. We are working with our Spanish partners to engage with growers and other stakeholders across the Spanish fresh produce supply chain and have produced useful resources for businesses to use, including a practical toolkit and awareness materials for workers, which are free to download on our website. We also offer a training workshop on ‘Tackling Forced Labour in Spanish Agribusinesses’. This information can be found in

MEXICO Stronger Together Mexico is a member of the Periplo Project, led by Fundación Avina, and works to strengthen the labour migration system in the agricultural supply chain in Mexico, and between Mexico and the United States by increasing the implementation of private sector good practices in responsible recruitment and labour management processes. Stronger Together Mexico offers practical tools to businesses that recruit and employ agricultural workers that help them implement and demonstrate leading performance in responsible recruitment. Learn more about our work in Mexico, visit

UNITED STATES – RESPONSIBLE RECRUITMENT PROGRAMME This multi-stakeholder collaborative programme seeks to motivate the US fresh produce sector to recognize and reward responsible recruitment, thereby boosting the supply of ethically sourced labour and reducing risks for workers and businesses across the labour supply chain. For the United States programme visit

MALAWI Stronger Together Malawi is a capacity building programme designed to support agribusinesses to act responsibly by equipping them with the knowledge, skills and tools they need to know what forced labour is and how to spot its signs. Working together with farmers and producer organizations and other key stakeholders to reduce the risk of forced labour across the agriculture industry in Malawi.



GET STARTED REGISTER Register on the website to download pragmatic resources, book training and receive updates on addressing modern slavery.

BOOK TRAINING Choose from our range of specialist workshops to book expert face-to-face training.

IMPLEMENT Use our free resources including printable posters, toolkits, checklists and videos to put in place what you have learnt.

MEASURE Self-assess your progress for free using the Good Practice Implementation Checklist and get an independent evaluation through our Checklist Verification Assessment.

IMPROVE Need further support? Enlist the help of a Stronger Together expert consultant to meet your organisation’s specific needs and to support you to tackle modern day slavery within your business and supply chains.

DEMONSTRATE Show your clients and supply chain your commitment to tackling modern slavery and become a Stronger Together Business Partner – visit:


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Stronger Together provides clear guidance through accessible resources available to download by anyone in any country. Many multi-language resources are available.

Toolkits Comprehensive information and guidance to inform, equip and resource businesses to tackle modern slavery.

Template Policies & Checklists Essential policy templates and useful checklists have been developed by experts to support businesses in addressing the risk of modern slavery.

Webinars Our free and interactive webinars focus on continuing the learning around areas within labour exploitation.

Training & Awareness Videos Professional videos developed for use in training workshops and staff inductions to raise awareness of the indicators of forced labour.

Worker Posters & Leaflets Printable resources developed to inform workers about what forced labour is and where to report concerns - available in a multitude of languages for a diverse workforce.

Business Champions Business guide and printable resource pack to support delivery of communications and workforce engagement activities across your business by appointed Modern Slavery Champion(s).


YOU MAY BE A VICTIM OF FORCED LABOUR. Are you being forced to work when you don’t want to? Czy jesteś zmuszany/ zmuszana do pracy wtedy, kiedy tegonie chcesz? Ar jus verčia dirbti per prievartą? Вы вынуждены работать, когда вы не хотите?( противвашего хотения)

Do you have to pay someone money to give you work? Czy musisz płacić komuś w zamian za otrzymanie pracy? Ar privalote duoti kam nors pinigų, kad parūpintų jums darbo? Вы вынуждены платить кому-то деньги чтоб получить работу?

Are you being forced to live in accommodation against your will? Czy jesteś zmuszany/ zmuszana do mieszkania w lokalu wbrew swojej woli? Ar esate priversti gyventi nurodytose patalpose prieš savo valią? Вы вынуждены жить в жилье против вашей воли?

Is someone controlling your identity documents or bank account? Czy ktoś ma kontrolę nad Twoimi dokumentami identyfikacyjnymi lub rachunkiem w banku? Ar kas nors kontroliuoja jūsų tapatybės dokumentus ar banko sąskaitą? Кто-то контролирует ваши документы, удостоверяющие личность или счет в банке?

Is someone threatening or intimidating you or your family? Czy ktoś grozi Tobie lub Twojej rodzinie? Ar kas nors grasina arba gąsdina jus ar jūsų šeimą? Кто-то угрожает или запугивает вам или вашей семьи?

If you think you or someone you know may be in a situation of forced labour get help: Tell someone you trust - a manager, worker representative or friend YOUR LOCAL CONTACT: KONTAKT LOKALNY, VIETINIS KONTAKTAS, МЕСТНЫЙ КОНТАКТ

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Workshops are interactive and focus on practical skills to equip businesses to tackle modern day slavery specifically forced labour, labour trafficking and other hidden third-party exploitation of workers.


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Tackling Modern Slavery in UK Businesses

Those responsible for modern slavery from policy to implementation, either new to the subject or looking for a refresher

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Understand the responsibilities and best practice associated with tackling modern slavery in UK businesses.

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TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES Advanced Tackling Modern Slavery in UK Businesses’ workshop The Advanced workshop supports businesses to overcome some of the challenges faced, improves understanding of good practice management of suspected cases of forced labour, and helps identify how to advance your existing tackling modern slavery programme.

This workshop is ideal for those responsible for tackling modern slavery from policy to implementation including, HR, CSR, operational managers, recruiters and labour agency professionals. To attend this workshop, delegates are required to have previously attended ‘Tackling Modern Slavery in UK Businesses’ workshop.

Online sessions £125 (+VAT) per delegate: for ALP members and suppliers/ service providers to project sponsors £175 (+VAT) per delegate: all other places Face-to-face training £145 (+VAT) per delegate: for ALP members and suppliers/service providers to project sponsors £195 (+VAT) per delegate: all other places Free delegate places available – see website for details

Investigative Interviewing Skills in the Workplace Get the skills and confidence required to obtain detailed and accurate information through planning and conducting an interview with an investigation focus. Developed by the GLAA.

Tackling Modern Slavery through Purchasing Practices Gain the skills and tools to develop and implement a comprehensive programme to tackle modern slavery through purchasing practices

Tackling Modern Slavery in the Construction Sector Get informed and equipped to address forced labour, implement good practice and minimise the risk to your business and supply chains. Developed with the CIOB.

Auditors and those required to conduct interviews in the workplace, HR, Recruitment and Compliance team members, those who have already undertaken ‘Tackling Modern Slavery in UK Businesses' or have a good understanding of modern slavery.

£265 (+VAT).

Those responsible for the strategy and policies and the operational implementation for tackling modern slavery in purchasing.

Online training £215 (+VAT) per delegate for all places Face-to-face training £265 (+VAT) per delegate for all places

Construction site managers and project managers, those responsible for addressing modern slavery and/or human rights within the business and across the whole supply chain.

Online training £145 (+VAT) for those with a valid discount code provided by a project sponsor. £215 (+VAT) per delegate: all other places Face-to-face training £145 (+VAT) for those with a valid discount code provided by a project sponsor. £225 (+VAT) per delegate: all other places Free delegate places available – see website for details.’



TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES Tackling Modern Slavery in Global Supply Chains Gain a good understanding of supply chain risks, knowledge of strategic frameworks for addressing risk with suppliers, and detailed information about remediation policies and effective monitoring and reporting.

Detecting, Deterring and Dealing with Forced Labour in Agri-Businesses – South Africa Understand the responsibilities and best practice associated with tackling forced labour in agri-businesses in South Africa.

Individuals responsible for labour practices in supply chains, HR, procurement, technical, responsible sourcing, social compliance and risk management.

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South African agribusinesses, those responsible for recruitment, HR or worker representatives.

Online training

£199 (+VAT). Face-to-face training £265 (+VAT).

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The following section has been provided by Paul Coffey, Head of Communications and Engagement, at the Gangmasters and Labour Abuse Authority (GLAA). The Gangmasters and Labour Abuse Authority (GLAA) is the foremost investigative agency for tackling labour exploitation in the workplace. It can investigate all aspects of labour exploitation: from failure to pay the workers the National Minimum Wage up to, and including, Modern Slavery offences such as forced labour. The GLAA is determined to protect workers who are preyed upon by unscrupulous bosses and in many cases, endure archaic and poor working conditions. Sadly, exploitation comes in many different forms, across many different labour sectors.

That’s why the GLAA has teams of investigating officers with powers of arrest and the capability to seize evidence and search premises. These officers have helped the GLAA bring prosecutions and secure convictions against individuals responsible for exploiting workers. Just as importantly, the GLAA also runs a licensing scheme for the supply of temporary workers into the UK fresh produce sector – more than 1,000 licences are managed across this regulated sector. These licences are designed at ensuring labour providers comply with legislation that was brought in after 23 Chinese cockle pickers died on the sands of Morecambe Bay in 2004.




If you are an employment agency, labour provider or gangmaster who provides workers to the sectors listed below, you will need a GLAA licence: n Agriculture n Horticulture n Shellfish gathering n Any associated processing and packaging Remember, it is a criminal offence to supply workers without a licence or use an unlicensed labour provider in these employment sectors. The benefits of licensing are that: Workers receive fair treatment, the pay, benefits and conditions they are entitled to. Labour providers are not undercut by those who pay less than the minimum wage or avoid tax. Industry standards are raised.

Consumers can be assured that their food has been picked and packed in an ethical environment. Illegal activities which lead to a loss of public revenue – income tax, VAT and NI – are reduced. The GLAA’s enforcement and regulation capabilities are also underpinned by a focus on Prevention. The agency believes it can help prevent workers from being exploited by raising awareness of employment rights, educating the public on how to spot signs of labour abuse and by working closely with businesses. The GLAA works closely with other enforcement bodies - HMRC National Minimum Wage/National Living Wage (NMW/ NLW) and Employment Agency Standards Inspectorate (EAS) – as well as the Police, National Crime Agency and Border Force.

Labour users can check their workers come from a legitimate provider and are informed if their labour provider’s licence is revoked.


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If you know of a business operating outside the law, exploiting workers, gaining an unfair or illegal advantage, or you have any information, then you can call 0845 602 5020 and speak to the GLAA intelligence team. Alternatively, call the GLAA’s free reporting line on 0800 432 0804. Any call to the GLAA can be dealt with in strict confidence if you prefer not to leave your name. It’s also possible

to report issues by emailing intelligence@gla., completing our online form or by calling the Modern Slavery Helpline on 08000 121 700. Unlicensed labour supply is a serious offence and carries a penalty of up to 10 years in prison. That’s because for the victims, the effects of being subjected to severe abuse through forced labour, for example, can be devastating.

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The ALP provides a range of tools to support GLAA compliance all of which are available from our website. Our dedicated workshop ‘Complying with the GLAA Licensing Standards’ covers each clause of the licensing standards as well as the context and risks in UK labour provision and a detailed explanation of all the requirements to hold a GLAA licence. Particularly recommended for Principal Authorities, and anyone with responsibility for recruiting and assigning workers in the food industry. Here are some of our key resources with the licensing standard they support.


2.2 Critical: Paying wages



National Minimum Wage brief


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PART ONE 1. Introduction 1.1. The Gangmasters and Labour Abuse Authority (GLAA) protects workers from exploitation in agriculture, shellfish gathering and food and drink processing and packaging. The GLAA operates a licensing scheme for those acting as a ‘gangmaster’. 1.2. Part One of this document provides background information on the GLAA licensing scheme. Part Two presents the GLAA’s ‘licensing standards’. The licensing standards are the conditions of a GLAA licence. The standards comprise the requirements set out in the Gangmasters (Licensing Conditions) Rules 2009 plus other relevant legal requirements. This version of the licensing standards replaces the version issued in May 2012.

n using labour to provide a service in the regulated sector, or n using labour to gather shellfish. 2.2 A licence can be granted to any kind of legal entity, including individuals (sole traders), limited companies, unincorporated associations or partnerships. 2.3 The GLAA takes a wide interpretation of the term ‘supply’. Employment Agencies and employment businesses that come within the scope of the licensing scheme, whether supplying temporary or permanent labour, will be tested against the licensing standards. Labour includes all workers, whether temporary or permanent. 2.4 If the work is undertaken in the UK, a licence is required regardless of where the business is located.

1.3. For more information, please see the GLAA website,, or contact the Authority by: Telephone: 0345 602 5020 Email:

2. Who needs a licence? 2.1 Section 4 of the Gangmasters (Licensing) Act 2004 defines the term ‘gangmaster’. Detailed guidance on who needs a licence is available on the GLAA website or by contacting the GLAA helpline. Acting as a ‘gangmaster’ includes: n supplying labour to agriculture, horticulture, shellfish gathering and food processing and packaging


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2.5 Someone is considered to be ‘using’ labour if they employ the worker under a contract of employment or engage him or her under a contract for services. The GLAA also considers someone ‘using’ labour if they make arrangements with the worker that: n require the worker to follow his or her instructions, or n determine where, when or how the worker carries out the work. 2.6 The above applies whether the licence holder makes these arrangements directly with a worker or makes them indirectly through another person, for example a supervisor, intermediary or agent. 2.7 There are exemptions from the licensing scheme for some specific circumstances. Advice on these exclusions is available from the GLAA helpline or

3. How the licensing standards will be applied 3.1 The licensing standards will be applied on the basis of the type of business, for example whether the business provides temporary or permanent workers. This means that not all the licensing standards will apply to all businesses. 3.2 Generally, if a worker is to be paid by the licence holder then they will be expected to meet most, if not all, of the standards. However, if you are not able to meet a standard because it is not appropriate for your business, you may still be granted a licence. 3.3 Further advice on how the licensing standards might apply to an individual business can be obtained from the GLAA.

4. Assessing compliance and GLAA inspections 4.1 The GLAA adopts a proportionate approach when applying the licensing standards. The GLAA is concerned with identifying the more persistent and systematic exploitation of workers rather than concentrating on isolated noncompliances, unless such a noncompliance is ‘critical’ in its own right. 4.2 Workers employed by a labour provider should expect to receive the same fair treatment irrespective of which sector they work. If a business wishes to obtain or hold a GLAA licence the GLAA will consider its conduct beyond the licensed sectors as well as within them. This will be taken into account when making a decision as to whether the business is fit and proper and its compliance with all of the licensing standards. 4.3 Where non-compliance is found, where appropriate the GLAA will refer this non-compliance to our partners who may decide to take action separate to any action the GLAA may take. Our partners include but are not limited to: n the Pensions Regulator where there is a manipulation of auto-enrolment pensions n HMRC for breaches of Standard 2.1 concerning payment of tax n the National Minimum Wage team at HMRC for breaches of Standard 2.2, 3.3 and 7.1 concerning non-compliance against the NMW and / or the NLW or the relevant Agricultural Wages team



THE GLAA LICENSING STANDARDS OCTOBER 2018 - PART ONE n the Police where there is suspected criminality n Local Authorities for serious breaches of Standard 4.1 and 4.2 concerning worker accommodation n Information Commissioner’s Officer for breaches of Licensing Standard 5.5 n the Health and Safety Executive for serious breaches of Standards 6.1 – 6.3, and n the Insolvency Service where there are grounds for a potential director disqualification.

4.4 The GLAA will work closely with other government departments and agencies and exchange information through legal gateways. This forms part of the licensing process and assessment of compliance with the standards. 4.5 Compliance with the licensing standards is assessed, where necessary, through inspections of applicants and licence holders. 4.6 During an inspection, the applicant or licence holder may be asked to give details of contracts with clients. The inspection may include visiting your clients to check the place of work. The GLAA may also interview workers. The inspection will proceed based on the workers’ responses and any other relevant factors. 4.7 The applicant or licence holder may be asked to provide documentary evidence (such as written terms and conditions with workers and clients, contracts, wage records etc) to demonstrate compliance


with the licensing standards. Where an applicant is inspected and they are already operating in non-GLAA regulated sectors, the Authority may seek the applicant’s agreement to inspect those activities. 4.8 A new business will be expected to show that it has systems in place that demonstrate its ability to comply with the standards. 4.9 The information collected during an inspection will assist the GLAA in determining whether a licence should be granted or refused for an application or revoked for an existing licence holder. 4.10 The inspection will test the relevant licensing standards, which will result in an overall score. Each standard has an associated score. Standards designated as ‘critical’ are worth 30 points. All other standards are worth 8 points, except licensing standard 1.4 which can score up to 16 points and Licensing Standard 2.5 which can score 8 or 30 points depending on the breach. There are three possible outcomes:

No issues identified 4.11 For applicants, a licence will be granted. There would be no change for existing licence holders.

Inspection score is below 30 points 4.12 Additional Licence Conditions (ALC) will be attached to the licence. An ALC is a specific requirement which a licence holder must comply with. Usually, ALCs will be against individual non-critical standards where non-compliance has

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THE GLAA LICENSING STANDARDS OCTOBER 2018 - PART ONE 5. Applying for a licence 5.1 You can apply for your GLAA licence online at or by telephoning the GLAA helpline on 0345 602 5020. Please read the GLAA’s Application form guidance before applying for a licence (available on the GLAA website or by ringing the GLAA helpline). 5.2 The first stage of applying for a GLAA licence is to complete the application form. The ‘Principal Authority’, the person responsible for the day-to-day management of the business, is responsible for signing the declaration of the completed application form on behalf of the business. been identified. The licence will become conditional on those non-compliances being corrected. The GLAA will explain what measures need to be taken to rectify identified non-compliances.

Inspection score is 30 points or more 4.13 The application or licence will usually be refused or revoked. However, the GLAA may consider attaching ALCs where it is proportionate to do so after considering the extent and nature of the non-compliance. 4.14 If an application is refused, the applicant must not trade in the licensable sectors. Any revocation will be with or without immediate effect depending on which standards are failed. If a licence is revoked, the licence holder will be notified of whether trading may continue, usually until the outcome of any appeal is determined, or whether they should cease trading immediately.

5.3 Any information submitted in an application will be processed in accordance with the Data Protection Act 2018. The GLAA is the data controller for the purposes of this Act. Information provided may be shared with other government departments and law enforcement agencies. 5.4 Once your application has been submitted, the GLAA will run checks with other UK enforcement agencies and if required, authorities in other countries. You may also be inspected or asked to provide additional information. The GLAA Licensing team will then decide whether a licence can be granted. 5.5 Once your application is approved, your licence will usually be granted for a 12 month period. The GLAA will contact you before the expiry date to remind you that your licence is due for renewal. You must renew your licence before your current one expires otherwise a new application must be made.




5.6 The current fee levels are available on the GLAA website. Alternatively, please ring the GLAA helpline for the latest levels. Please be aware that fees are non-refundable. 5.7 Details of all licence holders and applicants are available on the GLAA Public Register, available online at A list of revoked licences is also available on the GLAA website. 5.8 Please be aware that the GLAA will usually automatically refuse applications where it is proportionate to do so in the following circumstances: n if an applicant, proposed Principal Authority and / or any person named or specified in the application has been found not to be fit and proper. This applies for at least two years from the date of that decision. n where an applicant, proposed Principal Authority and / or any person named or specified in the application has been refused or revoked twice within a two year period. This applies for at least two years from the date of the second decision. 5.9 The GLAA will also consider automatically refusing an application in the following circumstances: n if an applicant, proposed Principal Authority and / or any person named or specified in the application is found to have been connected to someone who has been deemed not to be fit and proper. This applies for at least two years from the date of the fit and proper decision.


n where an applicant, proposed Principal Authority and /or any person named or specified in the application is found to have been connected to someone who has been refused or revoked twice within a two year period. This applies for at least a two year period from the date of the second decision. 5.10 Further, paragraphs 5.8 and 5.9 will apply if standards 1.1 and 3.1 have been failed. These paragraphs will also apply if standards 3.2 and 3.3 have been failed where forced labour has been identified. 5.11 The above will apply unless exceptional circumstances can be demonstrated to justify why the application should be considered on its own merits.

6. Who should be named on a licence? 6.1 A licence authorises a business to act through named individuals or specified posts. The Public Register displays those named or specified on a licence.

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6.2 Anybody with a responsibility for negotiating contracts with clients for supplying workers or providing services needs to be named or specified on the licence. For licence holders with a turnover of less than £5 million a year in the GLAA regulated sectors, actual names are required. For licence holders with a turnover of £5 million or more, individuals can be specified by job titles.

7.3 In Northern Ireland, the Secretariat may be contacted at: Office of the Industrial Tribunals and the Fair Employment Tribunal Gangmasters Licensing Appeals, Killymeal House, 2 Cromac Quay, Belfast, BT7 2JD Telephone: 02890 327 666 Fax: 028 9025 0100 Email:

6.3 For licences authorising the use of a worker to gather shellfish, supervisors or group leaders must be individually named on the licence (please see licensing standard 6.5 for further details).

8. Criminal offences

7. Appealing against a GLAA decision 7.1 There is a right of appeal against any decision of the GLAA:

8.1 The Gangmasters (Licensing) Act 2004 includes a number of criminal offences. The GLAA enforces these criminal offences on behalf of the Home Office (in Great Britain) and the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (in Northern Ireland).

n to refuse an application for a licence n to attach conditions to a licence n to revoke a licence, or n to refuse the transfer of a licence 7.2 Any decision the GLAA makes will explain the process for making an appeal. Guidance on the appeals process is available from the Gangmasters Licensing Appeals Secretariat. The Secretariat can be contacted at:

Gangmasters Licensing Appeals

Alexander House, 14-22 The Parsonage, Manchester, M3 2JA DX address: DX 743570 Manchester 66 Telephone: 0161 833 6100 Fax: 0161 832 0249 Email: gangmastersappeals




Section 12(1) Offence: Acting as a gangmaster without a licence

Section 13(1) Offence: Using an unlicensed gangmaster

8.2 It is illegal to act as a gangmaster without a licence. The maximum penalty for operating without a licence is 10 years in prison and a fine.

8.5 It is illegal to use an unlicensed gangmaster. The maximum penalty for this offence is 6 months in prison and a fine.

Section 12(2) Offence: Possessing false documents

Section 18(1) Offence: Obstruction

8.3 A person commits an offence if, in an attempt to make another person believe they are licensed, they possess or control: n a relevant document that is false or they know or believe is false n a relevant document that was improperly obtained and or that they know or believe was improperly obtained, or n a relevant document that relates to someone else 8.4 ‘Relevant’ means any document the GLAA issues in connection to a licence and being licensed.


8.6 It is an offence to obstruct a GLAA officer in the course of his or her duties. It is also an offence to fail to comply, without reasonable cause, with any requirement made by a GLAA officer.

9. Complaints 9.1 If you are dissatisfied with the service you receive from the GLAA, please write to:

Complaints Gangmasters and Labour Abuse Authority PO Box 10272, Nottingham, NG2 9PB Email:

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or the Rehabilitation of Offenders (Northern Ireland) Order 1978. Particular consideration will be given to offences of dishonesty, fraud, violence, forced labour, human trafficking, carrying offensive weapons, fire arms offences, intimidation, blackmail or harassment

GLAA licensing standards This section sets out the detail of the GLAA licensing standards and explains what is expected to demonstrate compliance. The standards are the conditions of a licence. References to a ‘licence holder’ includes applicants for a GLAA licence.


contravened any of the requirements and standards of other regulatory authorities, including the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, Department for Work and Pensions, HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC), Health and Safety Executive (including where the HSE issue a Prohibition Notice), UK Visas and Immigration, Police, local authorities or overseas authorities


been an owner, director or partner, or has been concerned in the ownership or management of a business that has gone into insolvency, liquidation or administration whilst the person has been connected with that organisation


been investigated, disciplined, censured or criticised by a regulatory or professional body, court or tribunal, whether publicly or privately in matters relating to any business with which they have been involved


been dismissed from, or asked to resign and resigned from, employment or from a position of trust, fiduciary appointment or similar

n Licensing standard 1:

Fit and proper test

1.1 Critical: Fit and proper

The licence holder, Principal Authority and any person named or specified in the licence must at all times act in a fit and proper manner. Please note n The GLAA will assess all relevant factors in considering whether a licence holder acts in a fit and proper manner. n The factors the GLAA will consider include, but are not limited to, whether the Principal Authority, directors or company officers (where the licence holder is a company), partners (where the licence holder is a partnership), members of the association (where the licence holder is an unincorporated association) and / or any person named or otherwise specified in the licence has: l

intentionally obstructed the GLAA. This includes preventing an inspection being conducted without reasonable cause


been convicted of any criminal convictions unspent under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974




been disqualified from acting as a director or disqualified from acting in any managerial capacity


not been candid and truthful in all their dealings with any regulatory body and they have not demonstrated a readiness and willingness to comply with the requirements and standards of the regulatory system and with other legal, regulatory and professional requirements and standards. This includes deliberately under declaring turnover, or


an understanding of the GLAA licensing standards and / or has sufficient management processes. Please note

1.3 Critical: Correcting Additional Licence Conditions

been influenced by a third party who the GLAA considers not fit and proper.

1.2 Critical: Principal Authority competency test


The GLAA will consider the Principal Authority’s competence and capability to hold a GLAA licence in deciding whether the Principal Authority is ‘fit and proper’. In making this decision regard will be given to matters including, but not limited to, whether the Principal Authority has

A licence holder must correct any Additional Licence Conditions (ALCs) within the time period prescribed by the GLAA. Please note n This includes notifying the GLAA within 20 working days once the licence holder starts to supply workers in the licensable sectors following the issue of a licence

n The GLAA treats each case individually, taking account of the seriousness of, and circumstances surrounding the matter in question. The GLAA will consider the explanation offered by the person to whom it relates, the relevance of any conviction, rehabilitation and evidence that the matter will not reoccur. n Failure against this standard may lead to a licence being revoked with immediate effect.

Where this standard is failed for licence holders where a new Principal Authority has been appointed, the licence may be revoked with immediate effect.

n This should be done in accordance with the GLAA’s instructions on clearing ALCs n Failure against this standard will lead to a licence being revoked without immediate effect

1.4 Changes in details

A licence holder must notify the GLAA within 20 working days if: n the Principal Authority changes (16 points) n the licence holder, Principal Authority, directors, company secretary or partners are convicted of any criminal offence or receive an alternative civil sanction (16 points)

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THE GLAA LICENSING STANDARDS OCTOBER 2018 - PART TWO n the business enters administration, liquidation or is made bankrupt (16 points) n the business VAT number changes (16 points) n the trading name changes (16 points) n any directors, company secretary, partners or other individuals named on the licence change (8 points) n any contact details for the business change (8 points) Please note n Please see paragraph 4.10 of Part One for information on the scoring system of the licensing standards.

n Licensing standard 2:

Pay and tax matters

2.1 Critical: PAYE, NI and VAT n A licence holder who employs workers under a contract of employment, contract of service, engages them under a contract for services or where the provisions of Chapter 7 of Part 2 of the Income Tax (Earnings and Pensions) Act 2003 apply must:

n Non-compliance with this standard will contribute a maximum of 16 points to a licensing standard compliance score. If more than one noncompliance is identified, the standard will only be failed once with only the highest score being accrued. The points will remain on the licence for a 12 month period and will count towards any subsequent inspection score within that period. n This standard will not be failed if the licence holder can provide a reasonable explanation for why they have not notified the GLAA within the timescale required. n A licence will expire if a licence holder’s registered company number or Unique Tax Reference change. A licence may also expire if the business is in liquidation.


be registered with HMRC and have a valid PAYE number, and


accurately calculate and deduct tax and National Insurance from all workers’ pay and pay the correct amount to HMRC in a timely manner.

n A licence holder who exceeds the VAT threshold must be registered with HMRC and charge and pay the correct amount of VAT in a timely manner. Please note

Failure against this standard will lead to the licence being revoked without immediate effect.




2.2 Critical: Paying Wages n A worker must be paid at least the National Minimum Wage (NMW), National Living Wage (NLW) or, if applicable, in accordance with the appropriate Agricultural Wages Order (AWO). n Sufficient records must be kept to prove payment of NMW, NLW or in accordance with the appropriate AWO. Please note

Failure against this standard will lead to the licence being revoked without immediate effect.

2.5 Critical: Holiday pay n A licence holder must maintain records to show that a worker receives paid annual leave to which they are legally entitled (8 points)

2.3 Benefits

A licence holder must: n pay a worker sick, maternity, paternity and adoption pay to which they are legally entitled

n A worker must be paid any holiday pay to which they are legally entitled during the course of their engagement (30 points)

n maintain records to show that a worker receives paid sick, maternity, paternity and adoption pay to which they are legally entitled

n Where a worker’s engagement is terminated during the course of a leave year a licence holder must give them payment in lieu of any accrued and unused holiday entitlement (30 points)

n must enrol appropriate workers into a workplace pension scheme and keep sufficient records to prove compliance.

n A licence holder must not illegally prevent a worker from taking annual leave (30 points)

2.4 Payslips

A licence holder must provide workers with itemised payslips at or before the time when wages or salary is paid.

Please note

Non-compliance with this standard will contribute a maximum of 30 points to a licensing standard compliance score.

Failure against this standard will lead to the licence being revoked without immediate effect.

Please note


The payslip should contain the gross and net amount of wages or salary and the amounts and purposes of any deductions.

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n Licensing standard 3: Forced labour


subject, or threaten to subject, a worker to any detriment because the worker has terminated or given notice to terminate any contract between the worker and the licence holder or the worker has taken up or proposes to take up employment elsewhere


require the worker to notify the licence holder, or any person connected to the licence holder, the identity of any future employer


retain identity papers, except when it is necessary to check a worker’s entitlement to work in the UK, and then only until the check is complete, or


force or coerce a worker to work against their will.

and mistreatment of workers

3.1 Critical: Physical and mental mistreatment n A licence holder must not: l

subject a worker to physical or mental mistreatment


subject a worker to sexual violence


make threats to worker or others


abuse a worker because of any vulnerability and must pay due regard to the Equality Act (2010)


deceive a worker about the nature of the work, pay or living conditions


subject a worker to isolation, or


subject a worker to abusive working, living conditions or excessive overtime.

n If a worker is loaned money by the licence holder, labour user or intermediary the worker:

Please note

Failure against this standard may lead to a licence being revoked with immediate effect.

3.2 Critical: Restricting a worker’s movement, debt bondage and retaining ID documents n A licence holder must not: l

restrict a worker’s movement. There should be no debts between a licence holder and worker that prevent the worker freely seeking other employment. Workers must be free to work elsewhere without incurring, or fear of incurring, any other detriment


cannot be required to repay a sum greater than the sum loaned, and


must be provided in writing with full details of the repayment terms of any loan.

Please note

Failure against this standard may lead to a licence being revoked with immediate effect.

3.3 Critical: Withholding wages

A licence holder must not withhold or threaten to withhold the whole or part of any payment due to a worker in respect of any work they have done on any of the following grounds:



THE GLAA LICENSING STANDARDS OCTOBER 2018 - PART TWO n the licence holder has not received payment from the labour user, n the worker has failed to prove that they have worked during a particular period of time (but this does not prevent the licence holder from satisfying itself by other means that the worker worked for the particular period in question), n the worker has not worked during any period other than that to which the payment relates, or n any matter within the control of the licence holder. Please note

Failure against this standard may lead to a licence being revoked with immediate effect.

n Licensing standard 4:


4.1 Critical: Quality of accommodation

A licence holder who provides, or effectively provides, accommodation must ensure the property is safe for the occupants. Please note n The accommodation must be maintained in a good state of repair, must contain adequate kitchen, bathroom and toilet facilities for the number of occupants and must not be overcrowded. Any category 1 hazards as assessed under the Housing Health and Safety Rating System must be properly resolved. n Furniture and furnishings supplied in the accommodation must comply with all relevant legislation. n Gas installations must be maintained at least annually by a suitably qualified person registered with the Gas Safe Register: Copies of the annual gas safety check must be given to all occupants or prominently displayed in the property. If such a person has said that remedial actions are needed to make the installation safe, this remedial work must be undertaken as soon as possible by a suitably qualified person. n Electrical equipment, including the fixed wiring and any appliances, must be safe and properly maintained.


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n The GLAA will take a proportionate view in deciding on whether to fail this standard for minor infringements or easily fixable issues. n A licence holder will be considered as providing or effectively providing accommodation in all the following circumstances whether or not the accommodation is let by the licence holder or a third party: l

the accommodation is provided in connection with the worker’s contract of employment


a worker’s continued employment is dependent upon occupying particular accommodation, or


a worker’s occupation of accommodation is dependent upon remaining in a particular job.

n Where the provision of accommodation by a licence holder and a worker’s employment are not dependent upon each other, a licence holder may be considered to be providing accommodation in circumstances where: l

a licence holder is a worker’s landlord either because they own the property or because they are subletting the property


a licence holder and the landlord are part of the same group of companies trading in association


a licence holder’s and the landlord’s business have the same owner, or business partners, directors or shareholders in common, or

a licence holder or an owner, business partner, shareholder or director of the licence holder’s business receive a monetary payment and / or some other benefit from the third party acting as landlord to the workers.

A third party in this instance includes: l

a business and company which is a separate legal entity to the licence holder


an individual including those who are family members of a director, business partner, shareholder, owner or Principal Authority of the licence holder, and


a business or company with a director, shareholder, owner or business partner who is a family member of a director, shareholder, owner, Principal Authority or business partner of the licence holder.

This interpretation will apply whenever the licence holder is providing accommodation regardless of whether the worker can choose whether or not to occupy the accommodation. Even if the accommodation is optional, where the worker chooses to accept the offer, this interpretation will apply. n Failure against this standard may lead to a licence being revoked with immediate effect.




4.2 Licensing of accommodation


n A licence holder who provides, or effectively provides, accommodation must ensure the property is properly licensed or registered: l

if it is a licensable House of Multiple Occupation


if it is in an area subject to selective licensing, or


if the accommodation is on a caravan site which requires licensing.

n A licence holder who has a House of Multiple Occupation licence, must comply with any conditions of that licence.

n Where a worker is:

n A licence holder who provides accommodation in Scotland must be registered with the local authority as a private landlord.

4.3 Situations where workers are provided with travel or required to live away from home


suitable accommodation will be available for the worker before they start work


the worker has been informed of details of the accommodation including any cost to them, and


to be supplied to a labour user, except as the labour user’s employee, or is under 18 years old, and


the licence holder, labour user or any intermediary has arranged free travel or paid the worker’s travel expenses to work.

the licence holder must, if the work does not start or when it finishes, either: l

arrange free travel for the worker’s return journey


pay the worker’s return fare, or


arrange for the labour user or any intermediary to provide free travel or pay the return fare.

n A licence holder must give notice to the worker setting out the details of the free or paid for travel, including any conditions which apply.

n A licence holder must not arrange work for a worker (except where the worker is employed by the labour user) if, in order to take up that work the worker must live away from their UK home, unless the licence holder has taken all reasonable steps to ensure that: l

suitable arrangements have been made for them to travel to such accommodation.

n A licence holder must not arrange work for a worker younger than 18 years old where they are required to live away from home unless the worker’s parent or guardian has consented. Please note

Where a labour user does not comply with the undertaking to arrange free return travel or pay the return fare, the licence holder must either arrange free travel for the return journey of the worker or alternatively pay their fare.

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THE GLAA LICENSING STANDARDS OCTOBER 2018 - PART TWO 5.4 Providing workers in industrial disputes

A licence holder must not introduce or supply a worker: n to replace a worker taking part in an official strike or any other industrial action, or n to do work of someone who has been transferred by the labour user to perform the duties of the person on strike or taking industrial action. Please note

n Licensing standard 5:

Working conditions

This standard will not be failed if the licence holder does not know, or has no reasonable grounds for knowing, that official strike action is in progress. This standard also does not apply to unofficial strike action.

5.1 Rest periods, breaks and annual leave

5.5 Confidentiality

A worker must be able to take the rest periods and breaks to which they are legally entitled.

5.2 Working hours n A worker must not be forced to work more than 48 hours a week on average unless they agree to work beyond this limit. n Any agreement must be voluntary, in writing and signed by the worker. n A worker must be free to amend or cancel this agreement, subject to notice requirements.

5.3 Right to belong to a trade union

A worker must not be prevented from taking up trade union membership nor be penalised for doing so.

A licence holder must meet its responsibilities in terms of compliance with Data Protection legislation and ensure that personal data and information about workers is held securely and is not disclosed without consent or other legal authority.

5.6 Disciplinary and grievance procedures

A licence holder must deal properly with disciplinary matters and grievances.

5.7 Discrimination

A licence holder must not unlawfully discriminate against a worker or work seeker on the grounds of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex and sexual orientation.




n Licensing standard 6:

n No charge may be made for providing health and safety training. Any time spent training should be treated as an extension of time at work.

Health and safety

6.1 Assigning responsibility and assessing risk

A licence holder must co-operate with the labour user to ensure that: n responsibility for managing the day to day health and safety of the workers has been agreed and assigned n a suitable and sufficient health and safety risk assessment has been completed (and recorded where required) before work commences, and n any risks identified are properly controlled.

6.2 Instruction and training n A licence holder must co-operate with the labour user to ensure responsibility for: l

any health and safety training, including induction training, deemed necessary to carry out the work safely has been agreed and assigned


making sure that the workers

6.3 Safety at work

A licence holder must co-operate with the labour user to make sure that: n adequate and appropriate Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is provided. Employees and workers who would be legally regarded as employees for health and safety purposes must be provided with PPE without charge n adequate arrangements have been made to provide welfare facilities (sanitary conveniences, washing facilities, drinking water, facilities for changing clothes and for rest and consuming food and drink) where it is reasonably practicable to do so or if it is legally required, and

provided have received any necessary health and safety training, including induction training, appropriate to the site(s) at which they are working and the work they have been employed to do, and l

making sure all information and training is comprehensible.


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THE GLAA LICENSING STANDARDS OCTOBER 2018 - PART TWO n adequate arrangements have been made for first aid and the recording and reporting of reportable incidents at work. Please note n A licence holder must not ask for payment for PPE from employees and workers who would be legally regarded as employees for health and safety purposes. This includes seeking refundable or non-refundable deposits. n If a worker fails to return the PPE, as long as the requirement to do so has been made clear in writing, the licence holder may deduct the cost of the replacement from any wages owed. n Accidents must be properly investigated so that lessons can be learned and changes can be made to ways of working, equipment or supervision if necessary.

6.4 Critical: Transport n A vehicle used by the licence holder to transport workers must: l

have a valid vehicle licence (tax disc)


have an applicable MOT certificate if required


have appropriate insurance, including cover for all circumstances of hire or reward regardless of the size of the vehicle



be in a roadworthy condition and have no obvious or identifiable defects, and carry workers in a safe manner.

n A licence holder who operates vehicles with 9 or more passenger seats used for hire or reward must: l

have a Public Service Vehicles (PSV) Operator’s licence, and


have documentary evidence that the vehicles are registered and maintained as PSVs and have a Certificate of Initial Fitness.

n A driver used by the licence holder to transport workers must: l

hold a valid driving licence


have Passenger Carrying Vehicle (PCV) entitlement and driver Certificate of Professional Competence if driving a vehicle with nine or more passenger seats used for hire or reward


comply with rules covering drivers’ hours and tachographs, and


carry workers in a safe manner.

Please note n In assessing whether a vehicle has ‘obvious or identifiable’ defects, the GLAA will apply a common sense test of whether the vehicle is clearly unsafe, for example, without seatbelts or with unsafe seats and doors. n The GLAA will take a proportionate view in deciding on whether to fail this standard for minor infringements or easily fixable issues. n Failure against this standard may lead to a licence being revoked with immediate effect.




6.5 Critical: Using workers to gather shellfish – Planning and supervision

A licence holder must ensure each group of workers has a recognised and competent supervisor / group leader named on the licence. The supervisor / group leaders must: n have knowledge of local tide tables (and have an accurate watch) and forecast weather and local conditions (including quicksand, shifting gullies, rivers in flood, the nature and speed of the tide) n be able to communicate directly with workers under their control n have a suitable communications device (either a VHF marine band radio or a mobile telephone where reception is adequate). Batteries should be sufficiently charged and the devices should be kept dry

n be able to demonstrate they can adequately supervise all workers. The size of the group will depend on the experience of the licence holder and / or supervisor as well as the prevailing weather and local conditions

n have a location device, preferably a Global Positioning Unit (GPS) and / or compass

n allow sufficient time to get workers ashore safely n have high visibility clothing which is both warm and weatherproof available for the workers, and

n have emergency telephone numbers for the Maritime and Coastguard Agency and other Emergency Services as well as appropriately maintained and correctly used emergency equipment (including flares and whistles in case of fog or mist)

n notify the Maritime and Coastguard Agency Rescue and Coordination Centre of times going out and coming back, where the work is planned to take place, the size of the group, the licence holder’s URN and contact details.

n recognise that working at night creates additional risks and requires appropriate and special precautions n accompany the workforce as appropriate when working below the high tide mark


Please note

Failure against this standard may lead to a licence being revoked with immediate effect.

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6.6 Critical: Using workers to gather shellfish – getting to the work area

Please note

A licence holder must ensure: n any vehicle used to access the fishery is suitable for the work area and has sufficient fuel for emergencies. If access is via public roads, all vehicles must be roadworthy and properly insured, and n where a trailer pulled by any vehicle is used to carry passengers, they must be suitable, including being fitted with a headboard, tailboard and suitable side protection to prevent passengers falling off and provided with adequate means of communication between the driver and trailer. Passengers should not be carried in tractor cabs (unless the manufacturer has provided a second seat), on tractor steps or on the drawbar.

Failure against this standard may lead to a licence being revoked with immediate effect.

6.7 Critical: Using workers to gather shellfish – Life jackets and life rafts n A licence holder must provide lifejackets and life rafts where required. Lifejackets and life rafts must be routinely checked and maintained in accordance with the supplier’s instructions. n A worker using a lifejacket and / or life raft must be properly trained and be able to operate them in an emergency. Please note

Failure against this standard may lead to a licence being revoked without immediate effect.




6.8 Critical: Using workers to gather shellfish – Use of boats

Any boat used by a licence holder for accessing fisheries and transporting workers must be a Maritime and Coastguard Agency certificated workboat.

6.9 Critical: Using workers to gather shellfish – Shellfish gathering permits and licences

Please note

Failure against this standard may lead to a licence being revoked with immediate effect.

Where a permit or licence for shellfish gathering is required, a licence holder must ensure that the workers possess and comply with that permit or licence. Please note

Failure against this standard may lead to a licence being revoked with immediate effect.

n Licensing standard 7: Recruiting workers and contractual arrangements 7.1 Critical: Fees and providing additional services n A licence holder must not charge a fee to a worker for any work finding services. n A licence holder must not make providing work finding services conditional on the worker: l

using other services or hiring or purchasing goods provided by the licence holder or any person connected to them, or


giving or not withdrawing consent to disclosing information about that worker other than what is required for the work finding services.

n A worker must be able to cancel or withdraw from any services provided at any time without incurring any detriment or penalty, subject to the worker giving 5 working days’ notice or, for services relating to providing accommodation, 10 working days.


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THE GLAA LICENSING STANDARDS OCTOBER 2018 - PART TWO n A licence holder may not make the continued provision of any services by them to a worker conditional on the worker agreeing to any variation. Please note n ‘Work finding services’ means services (whether by providing information or otherwise) provided by a licence holder:


Notifying details of fees and services n A worker must be informed in writing of any fees relating to services which they have taken up. This should include: l

the amount or method of calculation of the fee


a description of the services or goods to which the fee relates as well as explaining the worker’s right to cancel or withdraw from the service and the length or notice period required, and the circumstances, if any, in which refunds or rebates are payable to the worker, the scale of such refunds or rebates, and if no refunds or rebates are payable, a statement to that effect.

to a person for the purpose of finding that person employment or seeking to find that person employment


to an employee of the licence holder for the purpose of finding or seeking to find another person, with a view to the employee acting for and under the control of that other person, or

to a person (“A”) for the purpose of finding or seeking to find another person (“B”), with a view to A becoming employed by the licence holder and acting for and under the control of B.

n Failure against this standard will lead to a licence being revoked without immediate effect.

l the identity of the person to whom the fee is or will be payable l


7.2 Right to work

A worker must have entitlement to undertake the work in question in the UK. Please note

A worker’s visa restrictions must be complied with. In the event that it is discovered that a worker is not legally entitled to work in the UK, this standard will not be failed if the licence holder has established and retained a statutory defence.




7.3 Workers: Contractual arrangements and records

This does not apply if the worker has been given a written statement of employment particulars in accordance with Part I of the Employment Rights Act 1996.

Agreeing terms with workers n Before supplying a worker to a labour user, a licence holder must agree the terms which will apply between the licence holder and the worker. The terms must include: l

the type of work the licence holder will find or seek to find for the worker


whether the worker is or will be supplied by the licence holder under a contract of service (i.e. a contract of employment) or a contract for services, and in either case, the terms and conditions which will apply


an undertaking to pay the worker for any work carried out regardless of whether the licence holder has been paid by the labour user


the length of notice the worker is required to give and entitled to receive to terminate any particular assignment


the pay rate or the minimum rate to be expected


details of the intervals at which remuneration will be paid, and


details of any entitlement to annual holidays and to payment in respect of such holidays.

n A licence holder must record all the terms, where possible in one document, and give the worker the written terms before the licence holder provides any services to the worker.


n Terms may be varied only by written agreement from the worker. A copy of this agreement must be provided to the worker as soon as possible and no later than the end of the fifth working day following the date the variation was agreed.

Worker records

A licence holder must record as soon as reasonably practicable: n the worker’s name, address and, if under 22, date of birth n any terms which apply or will apply between the licence holder and the worker, and any document recording any variation n any relevant details of the worker’s training, experience or qualifications and any authorisation to undertake particular work (and copies of any relevant documentary evidence obtained by the licence holder) n the names of labour users or subcontractors / other labour providers to whom the worker is supplied n details of any resulting engagement and the date from which it takes effect, and n where payments are made by a worker, other than those legally required, there is evidence of the worker’s written consent.

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THE GLAA LICENSING STANDARDS OCTOBER 2018 - PART TWO Please note n A licence holder must record all terms in writing, where practicable in one document, and give the worker the written terms before they provide services to the worker. n Records must be kept for at least one year. Records may be kept either in written or electronic form. n A licence holder may keep records either at the premises where they trade, or elsewhere, provided they are readily accessible and capable of being delivered to the licence holder’s premises in the UK or to the Authority within two working days.

7.4 Labour user records

A licence holder must record, as soon as reasonably practicable, the following details relating to each labour user: n details of the position(s) the labour user seeks to fill n the duration or likely duration of the work n any training, experience or qualifications and any authorisation to undertake particular work n details of enquiries about the labour user and the position they want to fill, including copies of all relevant documents and dates of their receipt, and n dates of requests by the licence holder for fees or other payment from the labour user and of receipt of such fees or other payments, and copies of statements or invoices.

Please note n Records must be kept for at least one year. n A licence holder may either keep records at the premises where they trade, or elsewhere, provided the records are readily accessible and capable of being delivered to the licence holder’s premises in the UK or to the GLAA within two working days. n Records may be kept in either written or electronic form.




7.5 Restriction on charges to labour users

A licence holder must not seek a transfer fee from a labour user, or seek to enforce any other contractual terms, for a worker to be employed by the labour user or for another licence holder to supply that worker to the labour user if: n the contract between the licence holder and labour user does not include an option for the licence holder to choose for an extended period of supply, as specified in the contract, at the end of which the worker will transfer without charge n the worker is employed by the labour user or supplied by another licence holder after eight weeks from when the worker last worked for the licence holder or 14 weeks from the first day on which the worker started work for the labour user, whichever date is later. Please note


Where a labour user opts for an extended period of supply, the licence holder must supply the worker for the entirety of that period on terms no less favourable to the labour user than those that applied between the licence holder and the labour user before the licence holder received notice that the labour user wished to opt for the extended period of supply. If there has been a period of more than 42 days where a licence holder has not supplied the worker to the labour user, then this will break continuity for calculating the start of the 14 week period.

n Licensing standard 8: Sub-contracting

and using other labour providers

8.1 Critical: Sub-contracting and using other labour providers

A licence holder must only use a sub-contractor and / or other labour provider who holds a current GLAA licence. Please note n It is a criminal offence to use an unlicensed gangmaster under section 13 of the Gangmasters (Licensing) Act 2004. n Failure against this standard may lead to a licence being revoked with immediate effect. n The standard will not be failed if the licence holder has complied with the Reasonable Steps guidance or the GLAA’s Active Check process for verifying that the sub-contractor or other labour provider is licensed, and has retained documentary evidence of such compliance to establish a statutory defence.

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Phoenix House, Phoenix Business Centre, Rosslyn Crescent, Harrow, London, HA1 2SP t: 0204 542 5480 e: w:

Borders Area Services Ltd Michael Bayne

Leader House, Mill Road, Earlston, Scottish Borders, TD4 6DG t: 01896 758091 e: w:

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Braymale Ltd t/a NWES Recruitment

C & H Agency t/a Staff UK Bolton

Longton Business Park, Station Road, Much Hoole, Preston, Lancashire, PR4 5LE t: 01772 611100 e: w:

Mawdsley Terrace, 17 Mawdsley Street, Bolton, Lancashire, BL1 1JZ t: 01204 399700 e: w:

Brigadiri OOD

Stanimir Georgiev

C R Services North West Limited t/a Central Recruitment

Residential Area: "Levski" V, Block: 25, Vhod: V, Etazh: Apartment 46, Sofia, Bulgaria, 1836 t: 07859 859859 e:

Natalie Smith

Unit 1 Cathedral View, 30 Darwen Street, Blackburn, Lancashire, BB2 2BY t: 01254 460800 e: w:

Brightwork Ltd

C.F. Recruitment Ltd t/a Cityfield

193 Bath Street, Glasgow, G2 4HU t: 0141 272 8117 e: w:

The Old Airfield, City Fields Way, Tangmere, West Sussex, PO20 2FT t: 01243 755840 e: w:

Joanne Ellis

Shan Saba

Brook Street UK Ltd Susan Wilde

34 George Street, Luton, Bedfordshire, LU1 2AZ t: 01727 848292 e: w:

Byrom Food Solutions Ltd

Christine Green

Marcel Houweling

Partha Panda

26 Harmer Street, Gravesend, Kent, DA12 2AX t: 01474 491709 e: w:

Candour Talent Ltd

15-17 Station Lane, Featherstone, Pontefract, West Yorkshire, WF7 5BE t: 01977 600930 e: w:

Access 465, Rassau Industrial Estate, Ebbw Vale, Blaenau Gwent, NP23 5SD t: 01495 421926 e: w:

Lenuta Udrea

Unit 19 Base, Bordon Innovation Centre, 60 Barbados Road, Bordon, Hampshire, GU35 0FX t: 07958 241088 e: w:


Cando Personnel Ltd

James Byrom

C & E Vine Labours Ltd


Tricia Scott

Capital Outsourcing Group Food Ltd Charlotte Harkin

10th Floor, 60 Church Street, Birmingham, West Midlands, B3 2DJ t: 01922 666714 e: w:




Careermakers Recruitment (UK) Ltd t/a Careermakers Recruitment

Champion Employment Limited t/a The Recruitment Group

The Flint Glassworks, 64 Jersey Street, Manchester, Lancashire, M4 6JW t: 0161 764 2169 option 4 e: w:

55 Cornmarket, Cornmarket Street, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX1 3HB t: 01865 264050 e: w:

Omair Akram

Carleton Recruitment Limited

City Resource Ltd

44-48 Carleton Street, Portadown, County Armagh, BT62 3EP t: 02838 398550 e: w:

54b Broadway, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, PE1 1SB t: 01733 344382 e: w:

Leanne Salt

CC Business Services Ltd t/a City Centre Recruitment Simon Thomas

114 Old Christchurch Road, Bournemouth, Dorset, BH1 1LU t: 01202 586930 e: w:


CDS Labour (Agriculture) Ltd t/a CDS Labour Carl Steele

The Office, Chapel Farm, Hop Pole, Spalding, Lincolnshire, PE11 3DS t: 01775 302010 e: w:

Central Recruitment Solutions Ltd Ryan Young

Riverside Depot, Beaufort, Gwent, NP23 5NT t: 01495 528500 e: w:

Central Trade Sales Ltd t/a Central Labour Solutions

35 Frederick Street, Loughborough, Leicestershire, LE11 3BH


Graeme Passau

Jeannette Elrick PGDipHRM

Class1Personnel Elaine Hannon

Ashley House, 84-94 High Street, Hounslow, Middlesex, TW3 1NH t: 0208 569 5055 e: w:

CM Agriculture Ltd Thomas Pearson

Western Farm Office, Plantation Road, Aslacton, Norfolk, NR15 2ER t: 07818 509257 e:

Cobrey Farms

Catherine Chinn Coleraine Buildings, Coughton, Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire, HR9 5SG t: 01989 562770 e: w:

Concept Recruitment Group Ltd Sue Bruce

4215 Park Approach, Thorpe Park, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS15 8GB t: 0843 290 3323 e: w:

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Concessum Doo

Core Labour Supply Ltd

Ilica 191C, Zagreb, Croatia, 10000 t: 00385 16171551 e: w:

Unit 10, 115 High Street, Boston, Lincolnshire, PE21 8TG t: 07930 872013 e:

Concordia (UK) Ltd

Cornish Labour Services Ltd

19 North Street, Portslade, Brighton, East Sussex, BN41 1DH t: 01273 422218 e: w:

Higher Trevaskis Farm, Connor Downs, Hayle, Cornwall, TR27 5JQ t: 01736 850960 e: w:

Connect Personnel Ltd t/a Connect Personnel

Crewit Resourcing Ltd

Margita Skara

Simon Bowyer

Paul Bennett

Lee Rand

Thomas Simmons

Harry Loft

23 Military Road, Chatham, Kent, ME4 4JG t: 01634 400690 e: w:

Devonshire House, 164 Westminster Bridge Road, London, SE1 7RW t: 0203 368 8531 e: w:

Contract Packers Ltd

Cubed Resourcing Ltd

The Oakley, Kidderminster Road, Droitwich, Worcestershire, WR9 9AY t: 07782 331668 e:

Salts Mill, Victoria Road, Saltaire, Bradford, West Yorkshire, BD18 3LF t: 01274 599354 e: w:

Dan Stoica

Contract Personnel Ltd Sarah Hooper

1 & 2 Saints Court, All Saints Green, Norwich, Norfolk, NR1 3LP t: 01603 764044 e: w:

Contracts Support Services Ltd t/a CSS Recruitment and Training Stephen Gleeson

CSS House, 10-12 Manor Street, Braintree, Essex, CM7 3HP t: 01376 330700 e: w:


Vicki Street

Daily Job Ltd

Modestas Remeza 14 Backgate, Peterhead, Aberdeenshire, AB42 1LN t: 07520 279140 e: w:

Daranden Ltd

Darren McCarthy 22 Blackfriars Road, Wisbech, Cambridgeshire, PE13 1AT t: 07876 776604 e: w:




Databail Limited t/a CSA Service Group / CSA Recruitment Clare Thomas

Llanelli Gate Business Park, Dafen, Llanelli, Carmarthenshire, SA14 8LQ t: 01554 745135 e: w:

DDL Recruitment Ltd

DM Recruitment Limited Rachel Davy

Dial-a-Worker Ltd

Dockside Personnel Ltd

Sandpit Lodge, Reepham Road, Briston, Melton Constable, Norfolk, NR24 2LJ t: 01263 861962 e: w:

Unit F19, Waterfront Studios, London, E16 1AH t: 0207 474 8888 e: w:

Direct Response Employment Services Diane Mills

50 Fore Street, Trowbridge, Wiltshire, BA14 8ES t: 01225 776500 e: w:

Direct Staff (UK) Limited

David Crooks

Donna Stafford Consulting Ltd t/a Select Appointments Donna Stafford

Trinity Court, Ground Floor, South Wing, Trinity Street, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, PE1 1DA t: 01733 555372 e: w:

Mac Hear

Dreams Recruitment & Management Ltd

1st Floor, 214 High Street, Hounslow, Middlesex, TW3 1HB t: 020 8037 0050 e: w:

Dimitar Marinov

44 Park Road, Dudley, West Midlands, DY2 9BY t: 07454 372068 e:

DJP Poultry Handling Services Ltd

E&A Recruitment Service's Ltd

Brandlea, Old Newton, Craven Arms, Shropshire, SY7 9PG t: 01588 238578 e:

67 Kettering Road, Northampton, Northamptonshire, NN1 4AW t: 07404 420629 e:

Lee Jackson


13 Little Drive, Banbury, Oxfordshire, OX15 4GW t: 07462 176512 e:

68 Churchbridge, Oldbury, West Midlands, B69 2AS t: 0121 552 8767 e:

Gavin Nutkins


Daniel J Taylor

Office 8, Brooklands House, Yeomanry Road, Battlefield Enterprise Park, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, SY1 3EH t: 01743 296320 e: w:

Lakhbir Singh


DJT Poultry Services Limited

Florica Braniste

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E3 Recruitment Ltd

Elite Labour Solutions Limited

Marshall Hall Mills, Elland Lane, Elland, West Yorkshire, HX5 9DU t: 01484 645269 e: w:

3 Bar View Lane, Hayle, Cornwall, TR27 4AJ t: 07805 390617 e:

East Recruitment Admin Ltd

Margarita Naab

Tracie Norton

Imelda Keturkaite

Gatsford House, Gatsford, Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire, HR9 7QL t: 01989 763284 e: w:

Easy Hands International Ltd t/a Easy Hands Adrian Asanache

Central House, 1 Ballards Lane, Finchley, London, N3 1LQ t: 0203 393 9807 / 0800 023 5032 e: w: Ltd Kenny MacNeil

Tower Buildings, 48 West George Street, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, G2 1BP t: 0330 004 0506 e: w:

EC Personnel Ltd Garry Head

12a Lancaster Way, East Winch, King's Lynn, Norfolk, PE32 1NY t: 01553 842441 e:

Eden Scott Ltd Alasdair Murray

132 Princes Street, Edinburgh, Midlothian, EH2 4AH t: 07949 304727 e: w:

Scott Harvey

ELL Recruitment Ltd 2 Kirk Street, Peterhead, Aberdeenshire, AB42 1RX t: 07789 686545 e: w:

Employeehire Ltd Laszlo Daragics

27 Rorkes Drift, Camberley, Surrey, GU16 6EH t: 01276 402864 e: w:


Employment Of London Ltd Dalvi Panesar

Vista Centre, 50 Salisbury Road, Hounslow, Middlesex, TW4 6JQ t: 0203 773 5266 e: w:

Encore Personnel Services Ltd Phil Tilt

Encore House, 32 Millstone Lane, Leicester, Leicestershire, LE1 5JN t: 0116 262 0651 e: w:

Enigma Employment Ltd Alison Gamble

Ground Floor, 48 Queens Road, Coventry, West Midlands, CV1 3EH t: 02475 092792 e: w:




Epos Direct Ltd

Euro Connect Center Ltd

275 Abbeydale Road, Wembley, Middlesex, HA0 1TW t: 0208 961 3331 e: w:

1 Lynwood Gardens, Croydon, Surrey, CR0 4QH t: 07930 080112 e: w:

Essential Staffing Ltd

Europeople Ltd

18 Borthertoft Road, Boston, Lincolnshire, PE21 8HD t: 01205 365555 e:

Westbrook Farm, Lullington, Swadlincote, Derby, Derbyshire, DE12 8EE t: 01827 373090 e: w:

Francis Appiah-Boakye

Laura Derkevica

Estate Industrial Ltd t/a Estate Employment Nicholas Ashby

G6 Moulton Park Business Centre, Redhouse Road, Moulton Park, Northampton, Northamptonshire, NN3 6AQ t: 01604 670777 e: w:


EST-VEST Services SRL t/a Alexandru Barbacaru Alexandru Barbacaru

Muntenia Business Center, 4th District, Splaiul Unirii 16, Floor 5, Office 504, Bucharest, Romania, 040035 t: 00407 4436 7473 e: w:

Ethero Ltd

Gareth Hughes 23 Walker Street, Wellington, Telford, Shropshire, TF1 1BD t: 01952 260627 e: w:

Urszula Ananiów

John Davison

Everest People Solutions Ltd Chris Fleming

22-24 Harborough Road, Northampton, NN2 7AZ t: 01603 570646 e: w:

Extra Personnel Ltd Julie Giles

12 New Fetter Lane, London, EC4A 1JP t: 01922 615488 ext 3226 e: w:

Extraman Ltd

Adrian Gregory 2 Hogarth Place, Earls Court, London, SW5 0QT t: 0207 373 3045 e: w:

Extrastaff Ltd Steve Hill

Unit 1, Sandridge Park, Porters Wood, St Albans, Hertfordshire, AL3 6PH t: 01727 810000 e: w:


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F C Workforce Ltd Bailey Wooton

Stuart House, St Johns Street, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, PE1 5DD t: 01733 971036 e: w:

Fenn Direct Ltd Sergiy Dubrov

3 Old Bank Chambers, Dartford Road, March, Cambridgeshire, PE15 8AQ t: 07875 201401 e:

First Call Contract Services Ltd David Segust

1st & 2nd Floor, 136 South Street, Romford, Essex, RM1 1TE t: 01708 629639 e: w:

First People Recruitment Ltd t/a FPR Group Mark Foster

22 Queens Road, Brighton, East Sussex, BN1 3XA t: 0845 218 6930 e: w:

Flexistaff Solutions Limited Paula Gaffey

57 High Street South, Dunstable, Bedfordshire, LU6 3SF t: 01582 696959 e: w:

Focused Recruitment Limited

Fox Resourcing & Recruitment Ltd t/a Fox Resourcing Wayne Fox

6 Darwin House, Priors Haw Business Park, London Road, Corby, Northamptonshire, NN17 5JG t: 01536 402004 e: w:

FP Contracts Limited Chris Browning

August Pitts, Churn Lane, Horsmonden, Tonbridge, Kent, TN12 8HW t: 01892 722702 e: w:

Francis James Recruitment Limited Christopher Francis

Curborough Hall Farm, Netherstowe, Curborough, Lichfield, Staffordshire, WS13 8ES t: 01543 250376 e: w:

FRC Recruitment Ltd Kieran McCaul

111 Church Street, Portadown, County Armagh, BT62 3DD t: 02838 440799 e: w:

Frontline Recruitment Partnerships Ltd Kurt Witcomb

3rd Floor, 55 Maid Marian Way, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG1 6GE t: 0115 983 8633 e: w:

Jamie Dickinson

Fruitful Jobs Ltd

Business & Technology Centre, Tredomen Park, Ystrad Mynach, Hengoed, Mid Glamorgan, CF82 7FN t: 01443 832400 e: w:

The Smithy Warehouse, Harewood End, Herefordshire, HR2 8JT t: 01989 500130 e: w:


Rachel Hubbard




Fusion Personnel Ltd

Genesis Employment Services Ltd

427 Quinton Road West, Quinton, Birmingham, West Midlands, B32 1QH t: 0121 423 4580 e: w:

Second Floor, 8 Hay Lane, Coventry, West Midlands, CV1 5RF t: 02476 553553 e: w:

G B Agricultural Contractors Ltd

Gi Group Recruitment Ltd

31 Park Avenue, Sutterton, Boston, Lincolnshire, PE21 0JP t: 07920 837032 e:

Draefern House, Dunston Court, Dunston Road, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, S41 8NL t: 01246 267000 e: w:

Raj Padda

Girts Brencis

Gap Personnel Holdings Ltd Claire Roberts

Bell Meadow Business Park, Pulford House, Park Ln, Chester, Cheshire, CH4 9EP t: 01978 294208 e: w:


GBO Personnel Ltd Grzegorz Obrycki

44 Pooles Lane, Spilsby, Lincolnshire, PE23 5EU t: 07896 703234 e: w:

GBR Recruitment Limited Gareth Brown

131 Lincoln Road, Branston, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, LN4 1NS t: 07425 896410 e: w:

Gem Partnership Ltd Maria Miller

2 Cook Way, North West Industrial Estate, Peterlee, County Durham, SR8 2HY t: 0191 587 2999 e: w:


Richard Frost

David Thurley

Global Recruitment Group Ltd Sarah Little

135 Buchanan Street, Strathclyde, Glasgow, G1 2JA t: 0141 648 9588 e: w:

Gotpeople Ltd Glynne Dyer

Suite 2 Kings Court, 153 High Street, Watford, Hertfordshire, WD17 2ER t: 01923 882888 e: w:

GR Employment Ltd t/a Good Relations Faye Durman

Tingdene House, 21-24 Bradfield Road, Wellingborough, Northamptonshire, NN8 4HB t: 01933 234910 e: w:

Grasshoppers Crop Care Ltd Daniel Jungmann

59 Llanmiloe Estate, Llanmiloe, Pendine, Carmarthenshire, SA33 4UE t: 07784 707000 e:

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GS Agri Recruitment Limited

HLF Recruitment Limited

Suite 1, Dean Swift Building, 43 Hamiltonsbawn Road, Armagh, County Armagh, BT60 1HW t: 00353 872 184321 e: w:

Barons Place, Mereworth, Maidstone, Kent, ME18 5NF t: 01622 812229 e:

H A Snell & Sons t/a Opus People

Jimmy Davies

Sean Hanley

Rebecca Sankey

Lower Lulham, Madley, Hereford, Herefordshire, HR2 9JJ t: 01981 250363 e: w:

Amelia McLean

HOPS Labour Solutions Ltd Homestead Business Park, Cothars Pitch, Gorsley, Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire, HR9 7SE t: 02476 698000 e: w:

H2 Contracts Ltd

Hortek Holdings Ltd t/a

Unit 6 Itec Business Park, 52 Armagh Road, Newry, County Down, BT35 6HL t: 02830 252447 e: w:

Cavendish Suite, Saxon Centre, Christchurch, Dorset, BH23 1PZ t: 07525 069644 e: w:

Hark Recruitment

Hunterskill Associates Ltd t/a Hunterskill Recruitment

Neville McGroarty

Charles Pascall

First Floor Offices, 57-59 High Street, Bentley, Doncaster, South Yorkshire, DN5 0AA t: 07967 677287 e: w:

David Trehane

3 Chalfont Square, 17 Great Coleman Street, Ipswich, Suffolk, IP4 2AJ t: 01473 216611 / 01473 557941 e: w:

IBC Student Exchange

E2 The Courtyard, Alban Park, St Albans, Hertfordshire, AL4 0LA t: 01707 636680 e: w:

60 Vasil Levski Blvd, Office 1, Sofia, Bulgaria, 1142 t: 00359 2402 0802/00359 8883 49551 e: w:

Helping Hand Recruitment Ltd Andrew David

46 Causewayhead, Penzance, Cornwall, TR18 2SS t: 01736 335904 e: w:


Reg Jacob

Harper and Guy Consulting Ltd t/a H&G Recruitment Solutions, HGMS Charlotte Harper


Anton Tonchev

Ideal Recruit Limited t/a Ideal Recruit Leah Piercy

Unit 12 Quays Reach, Carolina Way, Salford, Manchester, Lancashire, M50 2ZY t: 0161 742 2320 e: w:




Imperial Workforce Ltd

J S Morris Agricultural Contractors

The Imperial Centre, Grange Road, Darlington, County Durham, DL1 5NQ t: 01325 467437 e: w:

49 Greenhill Lane, Kirkby-in-Ashfield, Nottinghamshire, NG17 9GA t: 07884 065266 e: w:

Jason D'Silva

Industria Personnel Services Ltd

J&J Recruitment Solutions Limited

56 Rutland Centre, Halford Street, Leicester, Leicestershire, LE1 1TQ t: 0116 262 5225 e: w:

122 High Street, Herne Bay, Kent, CT6 5JY t: 01227 369922 e: w:

Charlotte Gent


Jark (Bradford) Ltd t/a Jark

Park House, 87-91 Great Victoria Street, Belfast, County Antrim, BT2 7AG t: 028 90322511 e: w:

2-4 Wakefield Road, Bradford, West Yorkshire, BD4 7AT t: 01274 200600 e: w:

Alison Tattersfield

Integrity Plus Ltd

Jark (Glasgow) Ltd t/a Jark

9a Mill Lane, Donington, Spalding, Lincolnshire, PE11 4TL t: 01775 821784 e: w:

Unit 11 c/o Flexspace Business Centre, Belgrave Street, Bellshill Industrial Estate, Bellshill, North Lanarkshire, ML4 3NP t: 07831 666577 e: w:

Samantha Baskerville

Interaction Recruitment PLC Geoff Holder

Interaction House, 43 High Street, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE29 3AQ t: 01480 436111 e: w:

Invicta Recruitment Ltd Irena Sereicikiene

53 High Street, Boston, Lincolnshire, PE21 8SP t: 01205 331888 e: w:


Paul Connelly

Industrial Temps Ltd Róisín Thompson


Vincent Morris

Lorraine Griffith

Jark (Huddersfield) Limited t/a Jark Ian Leaf

18-20 High Street, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, HD1 2LE t: 01484 548800 e: w:

Jark (Ipswich) Ltd t/a Jark Jamie Wingrave

11 Buttermarket, Ipswich, Suffolk, IP1 1BQ t: 01473 211277 e: w:

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Jark (K L) Limited t/a Jark

Jark (Warrington) Ltd t/a Jark

22-28 Blackfriars Street, King's Lynn, Norfolk, PE30 1NN t: 01553 660888 e: w:

First Floor, 7A, Buttermarket Street, Warrington, Cheshire, WA1 2LY t: 01925 393846 e: w:

Gary Whittred

Jeremy Baker

Jark (Peterborough) Ltd t/a Jark

Jark (Worcester) Limited t/a Jark

54 Broadway, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, PE1 1SB t: 01733 806892 option 1 e: w:

The K1 Building, 23 The Tything, Worcester, Worcestershire, WR1 1HD t: 01905 330950 e: w:

Wojciech Rzepecki

Jark (Southend) Ltd t/a Jark Daria Siedlarska

38-40 London Road, Southend-on-Sea, Essex, SS1 1NT t: 01702 338882/01702 338882 e: w:

Jark (Stevenage) Ltd t/a Jark Daniella Roberts

27 Market Place, Stevenage, Hertfordshire, SG1 1DH t: 01438 759393 e: w:

Jark (Tottenham) Ltd t/a Jark Jamie Wingrave

6 Southbury Road, Enfield, Middlesex, EN1 1YT t: 07557 743153 e: w:

Jark (Wakefield) Ltd t/a Jark David Hansley

13 Kirkgate, Wakefield, North Yorkshire, WF1 1HS t: 01924 298882 e: w:

Geri Munslow

JLM Recruitment Ltd Marius Skarbalius

2 Ash Grove, Messingham, Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire, DN17 3QY t: 07591 400268 e:


JMS Recruitment Ltd Jacques Samson

4/6 Wadsworth Road, Perivale, Middlesex, UB6 7JJ t: 0208 810 7705 e: w:

Jobandtalent Works Ltd Joanna Komanowska

The Colombier Building, Bonham Drive, Sittingbourne, Kent, ME10 3RN t: 0330 808 7731 e: w:

Jonahs Handling Limited John Allsop

The Manor House, Main Road, Little Fransham, Dereham, Norfolk, NR19 2JW t: 01362 685548 e:




JPM Labour Services Ltd

KHS Personnel Ltd

Unit B, 1-2 North End, Swineshead, Boston, Lincolnshire, PE20 3LR t: 01205 820066 e:

City House, Stanford Street, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG1 7BQ t: 0115 959 0555 e: w:

Mark Robinson

JSD Recruitment Services Ltd Jim Devlin

Unit HD 5, Dungannon Enterprise Centre, Coalisland Road, Dungannon, County Tyrone, BT71 6JT t: 02887 238727 e: w:

K G Personnel Ltd Patrycja Wessinger

22B Foster Hill Road, Bedford, Bedfordshire, MK40 2EN t: 01234 339410 e: w:


Kent Gurkha Company Ltd Sanu Hajur Gurung

106 King Street, Maidstone, Kent, ME14 1BH t: 01622 752192 e: w:

Kettle Produce Ltd Crawford Comrie

Balmalcolm Farm, Balmalcolm, Cupar, Fife, KY15 7TJ t: 01337 831000 e: w:

KFM Recruitment Ltd Ian Cuckson

29-30 Silver Street, Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire, HU1 1JG t: 01482 210002 e: w:


Kevin McCormick

Kingdom Recruitment Ltd Adrian Daulby

Kingdom House, 1 Woodlands Park, Ashton Road, Newton-le-Willows, Merseyside, WA12 0HF t: 0161 749 7389 e: w:

KMV Recruitment Ltd Kenneth McVeigh

201 Broadcasting House, Newport Rd, Middlesborough, Cleveland, TS1 5JA t: 07958 615629 e: w:

KPI Recruiting Limited Estelle Raybon

505 Etruria Road, Basford, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, ST4 6JH t: 01782 712230 e: w:

KSB Recruitment Consultants Ltd Ellie Bryant

Zenith House, Highlands Road, Shirley, Solihull, West Midlands, B90 4PD t: 0121 314 9365 e: w:

L A Union Limited Vita Miskiniene

67 Whiteacre, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, PE1 4SU t: 01733 891368 e:

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Labour Direct (SW) Ltd

M & L Management Ltd

Lower Rosudgeon Farm House, Prussia Cove Road, Rosudgeon, Penzance, Cornwall, TR20 9AX t: 01736 339118 e:

50 Hoole Lane, Southport, Merseyside, PR9 8BD t: 07877 435593 e:

Labour-Tech Recruitment Ltd

Stephen Morley

Daniel Searle

Keith Wilson

57 Market Street, Ely, Cambridgeshire, CB7 4LP t: 01353 664200 e: w:

Lili H ltd

Hetem Musa 35 York Road, Rotherham, South Yorkshire, S65 1PW t: 07815 507620 e:

Linklife Ltd

Edward Roberts Bentley House, 16 Chearsley Road, Long Crendon, Buckinghamshire, HP18 9AW t: 01844 204320 e: w:

Links Recruitment Group Ltd Daniel Puttick

Thorens House, Beck Court, Cardiff Gate Business Park, Cardiff, South Glamorgan, CF23 8RP t: 02920 102508 e: w:

Lukasz Labour Limited Lukasz Zasada

Unit 5, 93-95 Portobello Row, Boston, Lincolnshire, PE21 8TA t: 07979 330772 e:

Lesley Gilbert

M A Labour Ltd 36/38 High Street, Boston, Lincolnshire, PE21 8SP t: 01205 368141 e:

M Macpherson Contractors Ursula McGlashan

142 High Street, Newburgh, Fife, KY14 6DZ t: 01337 840217 e:


M S Agricultural Services Ltd Mark Sargent

15a Wormgate, Boston, Lincolnshire, PE21 6NR t: 01205 359423 e:


M65 Jobsearch Ltd Mark Wiggan

285 Brownhall Drive, Blackburn, Lancashire, BB1 9SB t: 0333 344 1975 e: w:

Mach Recruitment Ltd Tom Zyzak

5 Carlton Court, Brown Lane West, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS12 6LT t: 0113 245 2441 e: w:




Major Recruitment Ltd

Meridian Business Support Ltd

Unit 11 Parsons Court, Welbury Way, Aycliffe Business Park, Aycliffe Industrial Park, County Durham, DL5 6ZE t: 01325 468780 / 07970 288117 e: w:

Trident 3, Trident Business Park, Manchester, Lancashire, M22 5XB t: 0161 929 3878 e: w:

Manpower UK Ltd

Nicholas Henry

Joanne Lofts

Sian Murray

Capital Court, 30 Windsor Street, Uxbridge, Middlesex, UB8 1AB t: 01895 205200 e: w:

Martin Nevin Martin Nevin


6 Swan Avenue, Chirnside, Duns, Berwickshire, TD11 3TE t: 07980 146295 e:

Masterstaff Ltd

MH Recruitment Ltd 40 Kingsway, Stanwell, Staines-upon-Thames, Surrey, TW19 7QE t: 07527 369713 e: w:

Mihaela Enache Vineyard Works t/a Fruits of Labour Mihaela Florentina Chitu

1 Squerryes, Home Farm Cottages, Westerham, Kent, TN16 1SL t: 01959 563861 e: w:

Jon Howard

Mitcham Viticultural Services Ltd

99 King Street, Lancaster, Lancashire, LA1 1RH t: 07535 023128 e: w:

Ginge Road Cottages, West Hendred, Oxfordshire, OX12 8RU t: 07752 527641 e:

Edward Mitcham

MC Personnel Ltd

Mploy Staffing Solutions Ltd

83b High Street, Gillingham, Kent, ME7 1BL t: 01634 576111 e: w:

Vision House, 236–244 High Street North, Poole, Dorset, BH15 1EA t: 01202 668360 e: w:

Mercury Personnel Solutions Ltd


Mercury House, Pudding Lane, Pinchbeck, Spalding, Lincolnshire, PE11 3TJ t: 01205 368075 e: w:

2 Royal Crescent, Lower Ground, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, G3 7SL t: 0141 432 2434 e: w:

Danielle Cassidy

Rob Carter


Cathy Kendrick

Mark Nash

Jacqueline Brown

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Multitask Recruitment Solutions Ltd Carrie Sharples (ASSOC CIPD)

Suite 4, The Freckleton Business Centre, Freckleton Street, Blackburn, Lancashire, BB2 2AL t: 01254 445510 e: w:

NE European Recruitment Ltd Baiba Collinson

Nourish Training Ltd t/a CSP Recruitment Andrew Meacham

Suite 3G, The Rutland Centre, 56 Halford Street, Leicester, Leicestershire, LE1 1TQ t: 0116 253 8222 e:

NV Professional Staff Services

1 Scarborough Street, Hartlepool, Cleveland, TS24 7DA t: 07857 160803 e: w:

Natalija Vincukova

Necton Labour Services Ltd

Octopus Personnel Ltd

1a Burnside, Necton, Swaffham, Norfolk, PE37 8ER t: 01760 722185 e: w:

8 Newbury Court, Gillingham, Dorset, SP8 4QX t: 01747 825568 e: w:

Amanda Wright

Nextgen Recruits Ltd Alex Morgan

4 Glenmore Business Centre, Waller Road, Hopton Park Ind Est, Devizes, Wiltshire, SN10 2EQ t: 01380 728246 e: w:

Nicholas Associates Group Limited t/a Stafforce Recruitment/Stafforce Managed Services Tony Boorman

Reginald Arthur House, 2-8 Percy Street, Rotherham, South Yorkshire, S65 1ED t: 01709 377177 e: w:

Nick Trans Limited Nikolay Pintev

23 Harvey Road, Rugeley, Staffordshire, WS15 4HA t: 07789 990054 e:

16 Emery Lane, Boston, Lincolnshire, PE21 8QA t: 07894 011475 e:

Sandra Smart

One Point Recruitment Ltd


Clare Spauls

5 Newchase Court, Armstrong Street, Grimsby, Lincolnshire, DN31 1XD t: 01472 808777 e: w:

One Staff Recruitment Ltd. Bogdan Manolache

2 Leonard Street, Warrington, Cheshire, WA2 7HA t: 07738 659965 e:

Option A Ltd Nick Scott

Berwick Workspace, 90 Marygate, Berwick-Upon-Tweed, Northumberland, TD15 1BN t: 01289 545050 e: w:




OSR Recruitment Services Ltd

People Solutions Resourcing Limited

First Floor, 2-4 Carr Street, Ipswich, Suffolk, IP4 1EJ t: 01473 222311 e: w:

Celtic House, 135-140 Hatherton Street, Walsall, West Midlands, WS1 1YB t: 07880 031637 e: w:

P&S Personnel Services Ltd

People Supply Limited

5th Floor, Havenbridge House, North Quay, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, NR30 1HZ t: 01493 330338 e: w:

Cinnamon House, Cinnamon Park, Crab Lane, Fearnhead, Warrington, Cheshire, WA2 0XP t: 07487 629868 e: w:

Paragon Meed Ltd

Perfect Personnel Ltd

F1, Bridgewater House, Waterfold Business Park, Bury, Lancashire, BL9 7BR t: 0161 302 2412 e: w:

8-10 Unicorn Hill, Redditch, Worcestershire, B97 4QR t: 01527 910100 e: w:

Natasha Mumby

Sharon O'Mahony

Michael Rogers


Partners Employment European Recruitment Ltd t/a Partners Employment Lynda Huxham M.R.E.C. CertRP MoD 7 Church Walk, Trowbridge, Wiltshire, BA14 8DX t: 01225 760777 e: w:

PB Recruitment Solutions Ltd Thomas Pearson

Western Farm Office, Plantation Road, Aslacton, Norfolk, NR15 2ER t: 07818 509257 e: w:

PCS Poultry Services Ltd Graham Gadsby

Unit 29, Northwick Business Centre, Blockley, Gloucestershire, GL56 9RF t: 01386 701812 e: w:


Sarah Edwards

Stuart Fearnley

Jamie Walsh

Pheonix Recruitment Ltd Niraj Agrawal

Unit 2 Skyport Heathrow, Armadale Road, Feltham, Middlesex, TW14 0LW t: 020 8751 3700 / 01895 236395 e: w:

Pirates Cutters Ltd Ryszard Jonski

68 Eastwood Road, Boston, Lincolnshire, PE21 0PL t: 01205 839457 e: w:

PJL Recruitment Darren Overton

30 Pen Street, Boston, Lincolnshire, PE21 6TJ t: 01205 311493 e: w:

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Place UK Ltd

PRG Recruit Ltd

Church Farm, Tunstead, Norwich, Norfolk, NR12 8RQ t: 01692 535945 e: w:

The Cemetery Lodge, 71-73 Doddington Road, Wellingborough, Northamptonshire, NN8 2JH t: 01933 274211 e: w:

Planet Power Recruit UK Ltd

Prodrive Recruitment LLP

2 Emery Lane, Boston, Lincolnshire, PE21 8QA t: 07459 457024 e:

Unit 2, Racecourse Road, Pershore, Worcestershire, WR10 2EY t: 01386 556923 e: w:

Jo Welin

Ivo Ognyanov Ivanov

PMP Recruitment Ltd t/a PMP Recruitment David Stott

Peter Green

Tracey Blatch

Pro-Force Ltd

Matthew Jarrett

The Lakes, Lakeside House, Northampton, Northamptonshire, NN4 7HD t: 01604 602700 e: w:

Hunstead House, Nickle Farm, Chartham, Kent, CT4 7PE t: 01227 733880 e: w:

Premier Recruitment (S.E.) Ltd

Proman Supply Chain Limited

13a Lakedale Road, Plumstead, London, SE18 1PP t: 0203 752 2660 e: w:

Think Park, Trafford Park, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M1 1FQ t: 0808 164 2923 e: w:

Tom Vickers

Patrick Ramsdale

Premier Recruitment Solutions Ltd

Prospect Personnel Solutions Ltd

56a London Road, Southampton, Hampshire, SO15 2AH t: 02380 202666 e: w:

Innovation Centre, Mewburn Road, Banbury, Oxfordshire, OX16 9PA t: 01295 235700 e: w:

Marcus Hackney

Sarah Hart

Prestige Recruitment Specialists Ltd

Pullet Care Ltd

Prestige House, 12 Bowlalley Lane, Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire, HU1 1XR t: 01482 212581 e: w:

103 Boulton Grange, Randlay, Telford, Shropshire, TF3 2LE t: 07734 758911 e:

Dawn Benson


Vidmantas Cerkus




Pure Recruit Limited

Rapid Employment and Recruitment Ltd

Suite A7, Allied Business Centre, Potter Place, Skelmersdale, Lancashire, WN8 9PW t: 01695 338011 e: w:

33a Regal Road, Wisbech, Cambridgeshire, PE13 2RQ t: 01945 463735 e: w:

Pure Staff Ltd

Rapid Personnel Ltd

The Chamberlain Building, 36 Frederick Street, Birmingham, West Midlands, B1 3HN t: 0121 237 4840 e: w:

7-13 Alma Street, Reading, Berkshire, RG30 1JS t: 0118 958 8885 e: w:

QAS Recruitment Ltd

Rapid Recruit Ltd

Colchester Business Centre, George Williams Way, Colchester, Essex, CO1 2JS t: 07506 249013 e:

9a Hargreaves Street, Burnley, Lancashire, BB11 1LH t: 01282 459669 e: w:

Damian Davies

Claire Collins

Vlad Muresan


Quack Recruitment Ltd James Croall

Business & Technology Centre, Bessemer Drive, Stevenage, Hertfordshire, SG1 2DX t: 0333 577 0036 e: w:

Ramsgate Consultants Ltd t/a Industrial Temporaries Shaun Doherty

122 Walsgrave Road, Coventry, West Midlands, CV2 4AX t: 02476 651651 e: w:

Randstad Solutions Limited t/a Randstad Inhouse Services Sally Cleary

450 Capability Green, Luton, Bedfordshire, LU1 3LU t: 01299 252420 e: w:


Lionel Sheffield

Adam Stratton

Patricia Loughlin

Rawdons & Co Ltd Whayid Ahmad

2a Rutherglen Road, Corby, Northamptonshire, NN17 1ER t: 01536 639022 / 01733 639034 e: w:

RE People Limited t/a RE Recruitment James Gibbs

Manor Park Place, Rutherford Way, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL51 9TU t: 01242 505400 e: w:

Recruit Right Ltd Helen Cornah

107-111 Argyle Street, Birkenhead, Merseyside, CH41 6AD t: 0344 846 2802 e: w:

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Red Bay Recruitment Ltd

Reliance Employment Ltd

119 Middlepark Road, Cushendall, Ballymena, County Antrim, BT44 0SH t: 07747 535625 e:

West House, 34 Broomfield Road, Chelmsford, Essex, CM1 1SW t: 01245 493600 e: w:

Mary McKillop

Red Recruitment 24/7 Ltd Mark Morley

4 Pioneer Way, Doddington Road, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, LN6 3DH t: 01522 522922 e: w:

Red Recruitment Group Limited

Kelsey Major

Response Recruitment Ltd John Devine

51 Park Royal Road, Park Royal, London, NW10 7LQ t: 0208 965 1575 e: w:

Emma Jones

Right Recruitment Solutions Ltd

Unit 6 Empire Court, Albert Street, Lakeside, Redditch, Worcestershire, B97 4DA t: 01527 962969 e: w:

Alexandra Stan

73 Francis Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham, B16 8SP t: 0121 454 6561 e:

Red Rock Partnership Ltd

Riverside Recruitment Ltd

Head Office, Upper Floor, 138 High Street, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, LN5 7PJ t: 01246 575250 e: w:

16 South Road, Midsomer Norton, Radstock, Somerset, BA3 2EZ t: 01761 410433 e: w:

Red Star Personnel Ltd

Rosie Plants EOOD

Suite 6, Preston House, 2 Hawksworth Road, Telford, Shropshire, TF2 9TU t: 01952 677005 e: w:

Area Azmaka, Lozen, Pazardzhik, Bulgaria, 4489 t: 0044 7404 691854 1 e: w:

Reflect Recruitment Group Ltd

Rural and Agricultural Services

Matthew Pearl

Oksana Kovalova

Cameron Ford

3-5 London Road, Newark, Nottinghamshire, NG24 1TN t: 01636 700373 e: w:


Faye Francis

Krasimira Chakarova

Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex & Cambs t: 01728 495051 e: w:




S & D Recruitment Ltd

Siamo Recruitment

69 Boothferry Road, Goole, East Yorkshire, DN14 6BB t: 01405 767600 e: w:

Unit 6250, Bishop's Court, Solihull Parkway, Birmingham, West Midlands, B37 7YB t: 07708 226979 e: w:

Sagetarius Solutions Ltd

Single Resource Ltd

76 Glebe Lane, Barming, Maidstone, Kent, ME16 9BD t: 01622 432315 e:

12 New Fetter Lane, London, EC4A 1JP t: 01922 615488 ext 3226 e: w:

Satyaom Recruitment Ltd

SM Global Consultancy Ltd t/a Staffing Match

Sasha Shirbon

Catalin Haralambie

Manoj Kumar

27 Charlwood Road, Luton, Bedfordshire, LU4 OBT t: 07828 125861 e: w:


Scorpion Recruit Ltd Ryan Cunliffe

E13 Croft Court, Moss Industrial Estate, Leigh, Lancashire, WN7 3PT t: 07940 402012 e: w:

Search Consultancy Limited David Mulgrew

5th Floor, Atrium Court, 50 Waterloo Street, Glasgow, G2 6HQ t: 07766 062894 e: w:

Seven Diamond Stars Ltd t/a Team4you Jess Bailey

Haughmond View, Shrewsbury Business Park, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, SY2 6LG t: 01743 627404 e: w:


Debbie Thorpe

Julie Giles

Tyra Ali

Bradley’s Business Centre, 1st Floor, Central Way, North Feltham Trading Estate, Feltham, Middlesex, TW14 0XQ t: 0203 601 8820 e: w:

Smart Solutions (Recruitment) Ltd Aleksandra Szul-Thomas

Raleigh House, Unit 3, Langstone Business Village, Langstone Park, Newport, Gwent, NP18 2LH t: 02922 803460 e: w:

Socius Limited

Samantha Emmett-Laing Vickers Farm, Washway Road, Moulton Seas End, Lincolnshire, PE12 6LP t: 07999 130279 e: w:

Solsbury Solutions Limited Jo Marsh

1st Floor Holdsworth House, 11A Wood Street, Wakefield, Yorkshire, WF1 2EL t: 01924 666529 e: w:

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South West Recruitment Ltd Alan Hoey

1 Holdenhurst Road, Bournemouth, Dorset, BH8 8EH t: 01202 292907 e: w:

Staff Finders (Yorkshire) Ltd Katie Connell

The Old School House, 43 Baker Street, Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire, HU2 8HP t: 01482 211000 / 01482 273070 e: w:

Staff U Trust Ltd

Kristina Razvadauskaite 61 Rider Gardens, Boston, Lincolnshire, PE21 0BL t: 07769 344002 e:

Staff You Like Ltd Anatolijs Dedelis

18 Rose Place, Boston, Lincolnshire, PE21 6DF t: 07907 646722 e:

Staffing Lab Limited Chris Steele

Unit 1, Hollinswood Court, Stafford Park 1, Telford, TF3 3DE t: 01952 739393 e: w:

Stafflex Ltd

Brian Stahelin International House, Chapel Hill, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, HD1 3EE t: 01484 351010 e: w:

Staffline Group Plc t/a Staffline Recruitment Ltd Jane Bladon

Units 19 & 20, The Triangle, NG2 Business Park, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG2 1AE t: 0115 950 0885 e: w:

Stafflink Ltd Matt Tantram

2 Copperhouse Court, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, MK7 8NL t: 07736 049726 e: w:

Straight Forward Recruitment Ltd Simon Wooden

27 Prince of Wales Road, Norwich, Norfolk, NR1 1BG t: 01603 567808 e: w:


Study and Work Abroad Recruitment Ltd Bobdinga Gwankwangbe

Unit B 17, Leicester Business Centre, 111 Ross Walk, Leicester, Leicestershire, LE4 5HH t: 0116 319 5440 e: w:

Sudnik Employment Agency Andreas Sudnik

7 Wellington Street, St Johns, Blackburn, Lancashire, BB1 8AF t: 01254 290141 e: w:

Supreme Workforce Ltd Kulwinder Singh

37A Upper Wickham Lane, Welling, Kent, DA16 3AB t: 0208 304 4660 e: w:




Surecall Recruitment Services Ltd

Syft Online Ltd t/a Indeed Flex

Second Floor, Deneway House, 88-94 Darkes Lane, Potters Bar, Hertfordshire, EN6 1AQ t: 0208 441 3323 e: w:

1st Floor, One Smarts Place, London, WC2B 5LW t: 0203 322 5678 e: w:

Surestaff Lincs Limited

Tailor Made Sourcing Ltd

Office 2, The Plough Business Hub, 37 Church Street, Gainsborough, Lincolnshire, DN21 2JR t: 01427 811812 e: w:

Stanley Villa Stables, Hill Street, Colne, Lancashire, BB8 0DH t: 01282 696929 e: w:

SureStaffing UK Ltd

Talent84 Ltd

27-29 Hessle Road, Hull, East Yorkshire, HU3 2AA t: 01482 629797 e: w:

Yorkshire Chambers, 112-114 Pilgrim Street, Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear, NE1 6SQ t: 0191 221 0402 e: w:

Sutton Recruitment Ltd

Tamar Labour Agency Ltd

9-11 George Street, Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire, HU1 3BA t: 01482 219777 e: w:

Coombe Lynher, Landrake, Saltash, Cornwall, PL12 5AJ t: 01752 851287 e:

Swanstaff Recruitment Ltd

Tracey McEwan

Tony Elia

Ray Hall

Charles Draper


Graeme Sutton

Donna Golding

Lakeview West, Crossways, Dartford, Kent, DA2 6QE t: 01322 618100 e: w:

Swift Employment Ltd Jolanta Robinson

11 Saddlers Way, Fishtoft, Boston, Lincolnshire, PE21 0BB t: 01205 359896 e:


Danny Downing

Hannah Lowe

Lucie Lowe

Lyubomir Rangelov

Tarff Valley Ltd t/a Tarff Services Old Station Yard, Ringford, Castle Douglas, Kirkcudbrightshire, DG7 2AN t: 01557 820247 e: w:

Taskmaster Resources Ltd Andrew Skorupka

8 Leodis Court, David Street, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS11 5JJ t: 0113 246 5995 e: w:

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Taylor Made Services UK Ltd

Teamwork Partnership Ltd

2a Pump Square, Boston, Lincolnshire, PE21 6QW t: 07522 607048 e: w:

Carlton House Suite 3-4, 28 Regent Road, Leicester, Leicestershire, LE1 6YH t: 0116 366 8511 e: w:

Taylor Martin Recruitment Ltd t/a TMR Jobs

Tempright Ltd

Christopher Taylor

Robert Taylor

Suite 40-42 Westminster Buildings, Theatre Square, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG1 6LG t: 0115 824 7777 e: w:

Taylors Services Ltd t/a Taylors Poultry Services Martin Taylor

42 Eastfield Side, Sutton-In-Ashfield, Nottinghamshire, NG17 4JZ t: 07961 610634 e:

TBC Recruitment Ltd t/a Vital People Tiffany Fox

The Business Connection, Hilliards Court, Chester Business Park, Chester, Cheshire, CH4 9QP t: 01244 434386 e: w:

Team Support Staff Ltd t/a Margaret Hodge Recruitment (Scotland only) Greg Taylor

18 The Broadway, Stratford, London, E15 4QS t: 0203 771 3824 e: w: w:

Daniel Brown

James Alexander Sears 17 Harpe Close, Pinchbeck, Spalding, Lincolnshire, PE11 3RX t: 07753 466058 e: w:

Tennial Personnel Ltd Dennis Tennial

6 Northgate Street, Ipswich, Suffolk, IP1 3BZ t: 01473 565292 e: w:


The Best Connection Group Ltd Lee Harris

Unit 1, Topaz Way, Bromsgrove, West Midlands, B61 0GD t: 0121 504 3003 e: w:

The Butchers Recruiter Limited Chris Fleming

22-24 Harborough Road, Northampton, NN2 7AZ t: 01603 570646 e: w:

The Corpex Group Ltd Penny Woodhead

Suite 4, The Office, Market Place, Pocklington, York, North Yorkshire, YO42 2AR t: 01759 307260 e: w:




The Staffing Network Limited

TLS (Scotland) Ltd

132 Walsall Road, Stonecross, West Bromwich, West Midlands, B71 3HP t: 01922 211285 e: w:

Main Office, 5 West Garleton, Haddington, East Lothian, EH41 3SL t: 01620 824700 e: w:

The Workshop (Wisbech) Ltd

Tom Bunting Vineyard Management Limited

Stephen Barrasford

Ruth Whitehurst

22-23 The Horse Fair, Wisbech, Cambridgeshire, PE13 1AR t: 01945 580100 e: w:

Thomas Whittle Contracts Ltd Thomas Whittle


Muiredge Farmhouse, Methilhaven Road, Buckhaven, Leven, Fife, KY8 1EF t: 01592 715004 e:

Thorn Baker Ltd Matthew Dann

4th Floor, The Hub, 40 Friar Lane, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG1 6DQ t: 0115 947 2005 e: w:

Thorns Workforce Ltd Gergely Zsiko

Mahollam Farm Yard, Mahollam, Kington, Herefordshire, HR5 3PT t: 07832 253290 e:

TIG Recruitment Ltd Tatiana Geogea

11 Westerfield Road, Ipswich, Suffolk, IP4 2UE t: 07917 896619 e:


Bernard Gaughan

Thomas William Bunting

Prettyfields Vineyard, Dead Lane, Ardleigh, Colchester, Essex, CO7 7PF t: 07854 651894 e: w:

Topteam Resources & Recruitment Ltd Ramin Sadeghi

24 Chapel Ash, Wolverhampton, West Midlands, WV3 0TN t: 01902 836243 e: w:

Total Recruit Ltd Tracey Oxley

3/3a Burnett Street, Bradford, West Yorkshire, BD1 5AP t: 01274 759480 e: w:

Turner Stubbs Ltd Rob Bacon

Office Suite B, 40 George Street, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG1 3BG t: 0115 950 3030 e: w:

Twenty-Four Seven Recruitment Services Ltd Samantha Richards

Oakwood House, Blackwood Business Park, Ash Road South, Wrexham Industrial Estate, Wrexham, Denbighshire, LL13 9UG t: 01978 664195 e: w:

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UAB "Agropraktika"

Vine-Works Ltd

Lvovo 89a-1, Vilnius, Lithuania, LT-08104 t: 00370 5272 7768 e: w:

Unit T20 St Helena Farm, St Helena Lane, Plumpton Green, West Sussex, BN7 3DH t: 01273 891777 e: w:

Katarzyna Natalia Babelis

UK Agro Solutions Ltd Robert Divkovic

William James House, Cowley Road, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB4 0WX t: 01223 424485 e: w:

UK Vine Care Ltd t/a Vine Care UK Paul Woodrow-Hill

22 High Park Avenue, Hove, East Sussex, BN3 8PE t: 01273 380158 e: w:

Ultimate Workforce Ltd Paul Grahame

33 High Street, Downham Market, Norfolk, PE38 9HF t: 01366 388499 e: w:

Universal Personnel (UK) Limited Tommy Smith

Oxford House, Cliftonville, Northampton, Northamptonshire, NN1 5BE t: 01604 808970 e: w:

Van Stomp Ltd Andrew Watson

Dernford Barn, Dernford Farm, Sawston Road, Stapleford, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB22 5DY t: 01223 506384 / 07831 248248 e: w:

James Dodson

Vital Recruitment (UK) Ltd Kevin Billingsley

91 High Street, Newport, Shropshire, TF10 7AY t: 01952 815659 e: w:

Vitis Labour UK Limited Oana-Elena Preda

7 Chalkpit Wood, Oxted, Surrey, RH8 0LT t: 07429 896106 e:

W S Furnival Ltd t/a Soil & Farm Services


Louise Furnival

Honeychild Manor Farm, St. Mary In The Marsh, Romney Marsh, Kent, TN29 0DB t: 01797 366180 e: w:

WB Employment Ltd James Harland

219 Cheltenham Road, Bishopston, Bristol, Gloucestershire, BS6 5QP t: 0117 944 3004 e: w:

WMS Recruitment Ltd Craig McGill

Fridaybridge Farm Camp, 173 March Road, Fridaybridge, Wisbech, Cambridgeshire, PE14 0LR t: 01945 860255 e: w:




Workforce Consultants Ltd Agnieszka Bleka

412 Blackpool Road, Ashton-on-Ribble, Preston, Lancashire, PR2 2DX t: 01772 735030 e: w:

Workforce Staffing Limited Joe Alekna

County House, 9 Church Green West, Redditch, Worcestershire, B97 4EA t: 01527 66688 e: w:

Workmates Premier Ltd Marie Doran


24 Station Road, Bognor Regis, West Sussex, PO21 1QE t: 01243 842765 e: w:

Workplace4you Recruitment Ltd Agnieszka Gonera

8 Cross Street, Spalding, Lincolnshire, PE11 2YG t: 07720 262402 e: w:


Wye Valley Investments LLP t/a Poseidon Human Capital Laura Brown

Hurlingham Studios, Ranelagh Gardens, London, SW6 3PA t: 0207 349 9966 e: w:

Yorkshire Repak Ltd Terry Foy

Summer Lane, Barnsley, South Yorkshire, S70 2NP t: 01226 204747 e: w:


Pedro Garcia 57A Hawthorn Road, Bognor Regis, West Sussex, PO21 2BW t: 01243 824878 e: w:

Zenith People Ltd Nicola Jeavons

10 Merchant Court, Monkton Business Park South, Hebburn, Tyne and Wear, NE31 2EX t: 0191 428 6444 e: w:

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2 Sisters Food Group


1 Colmore Row, Birmingham, Warwickshire, B3 2BJ t: 07710 053797 e: w:

Riley House, Unit 6, Forli Strada, Alwalton Hill, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, PE7 3HH t: 01733 979700 e: w:

A G Thames Holdings Ltd t/a Chingford Fruit

Angus Soft Fruits Ltd

Andrew Nicholson

Maisie Walford

Thames House, Thames Road, Crayford, Kent, DA1 4QP t: 01322 643054 e: w:


Rhian Lloyd

6290 Bishops Court, Birmingham Business Park, Birmingham, West Midlands, B37 7YB t: 0121 717 2500 e: w:

Adrian Scripps Ltd Lisa Devitt

Moat Farm, Whetsted Road, Five Oak Green, Tonbridge, Kent, TN12 6RR t: 01892 832406 e: w:

Agrial Fresh Produce Ltd t/a Florette UK & Ireland

Andrew West

Marie Scurfield

Orchard Farm, School Road, Salford Priors, Evesham, Worcestershire, WR11 8XD t: 01789 772033 e: w:

APS Produce Ltd Emily Dowson

Unit 4a Aston Way, Middlewich, Cheshire, CW10 0HS t: 01606 835817 e: w:

Associated Seafoods Ltd 3 - 15 Low Street, Buckie, Moray, AB56 1UX t: 01542 831296 e: w:

Avalon Growers Producer Organisation Ltd Caroline Ashdown

Florette House, Wood End Lane, Fradley, Lichfield, Staffordshire, WS13 8NF t: 01543 250050 e: w:

Cottage Farms Limited, Churn Lane, Horsmonden, Kent, TN12 8HW t: 01507 353793/07795 821098 e: w:

allianceHR Ltd

Avara Foods Limited

Camberley House, 1 Portesbery Road, Camberley, Surrey, GU15 3SZ t: 01276 919090 e: w:

Willow Road, Brackley, Northamptonshire, NN13 7EX t: 01280 703641 e: w:


Drew Niven

Julie Priestley

David Camp


Laura Green




Bakkavor Group Plc

Blairgowrie Fruit Packers Ltd

West Marsh Road, Spalding, Lincolnshire, PE11 2BB t: 01775 761111 e: w:

The Packhouse, Haugh Rd, Blairgowrie, Perth & Kinross, PH10 7BJ t: 01250 875500 e: w:

Banham Poultry (2018) Ltd

Branston Ltd

Station Road, Attleborough, Norfolk, NR17 2AT t: 01953 303100 e: w:

Mere Road, Branston, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, LN4 1NJ t: 01522 799135 e: w:

Bardsley England

C & K Meats Ltd

River Farm Packhouse, Chart Hill Road, Staplehurst, Tonbridge, Kent, TN12 0RW t: 01622 842527 e: w:

Mid Suffolk Business Park, Potash Lane, Eye, Suffolk, IP23 7HE t: 01379 872900 e: w:

Barfoots of Botley Ltd

Clock House Farm Limited

Sefter Farm, Pagham Road, Bognor Regis, West Sussex, PO21 3PX t: 01243 268811 e:

Heath Road, Coxheath, Maidstone, Kent, ME17 4PB t: 01622 743955 e: w:

Gemma Budd

Michele Evans

Kimberley Trow


Claire Booker

Rachel Slocombe

Caroline Stevens

Jane Peckham

Becketts Foods Ltd

Compagnie Fruitiere UK Ltd

Oakhouse, Heyford Close, Alderman Green Industrial Estate, Coventry, West Midlands, CV2 2QB t: 02476 622777 e: w:

30 Tower View, Kings HIll, West Malling, Dartford, Kent, ME19 4UY t: 01322 293355 e: w:

Jane Carr

Berryworld Ltd Emma Henry

Turnford Place, Great Cambridge Road, Broxbourne, Hertfordshire, EN10 6NH t: 01992 473192 e: w:


Reinier Wernsen

Jade Fotheringham

Cranswick Plc

Miranda Spencer Crane Court, Hesslewood Country Office Park, Ferriby Road, Hessle, East Yorkshire, HU13 0PA t: 01482 275000 e: w:

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Cross & Wells Ltd

Flavourfresh Salads Ltd

Castle Road, Eurolink Business Park, Sittingbourne, Kent, ME10 3AG t: 01795 433614 / 01795 433600 e: w:

Aldergrove Centre, Marsh Road, Banks, Southport, Merseyside, Lancashire, PR9 8DX t: 01704 215107 e: w:

Direct Table Foods Ltd

Forest Garden Ltd

Saxham Business Park, Little Saxham, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, IP28 6RX t: 01284 747800 e: w:

Unit 288 Oak Drive, Hartlebury Trading Estate, Hartlebury, Kidderminster, Worcestershire, DY10 4JB t: 01299 252652 e: w:

Steve Wardell

Tamar Butkhuzi

Drimbawn Mushrooms (UK) Ltd Róisín McGlaughlin

Stock Lane, Langford, Somerset, BS40 5ES t: 003534 738219 e: w:

East Of Scotland Growers Ltd Erin Cox

Prestonhall Industrial Estate, Cupar, Fife, KY15 4RD t: 01334 654047 e: w:

Emmett UK Ltd Ozana Robinson

Washway Road, Fosdyke, Spalding, Lincolnshire, PE12 6LQ t: 01205 260018 e:

Flamingo Flowers UK Ltd Tasha Cooper

Stonegate, Weston, Spalding, Lincolnshire, PE12 6EW t: 07825 879397 e: w:

Malgorzata Kalitka

Emma Stones

Fox's Biscuits Ltd Andrea Kay

Whitworth Street, Kirkham, Preston, Lancashire, PR4 3AX t: 01772 683501 e: w:


Fyffes Group Ltd Jon Tugwell

Houndmills Road, Houndsmills Industrial Estate, Basingstoke, Hampshire, RG21 6XL t: 01256 383200 e: w:

Greencell Ltd

Elizabeth Williams Hollylodge Facilities, West Marsh Road, Pinchbeck, Spalding, Lincolnshire, PE11 3UG t: 01775 717395 e: w:

Greencore Food To Go Ltd Karen Rugg

Barlby Road, Selby, Yorkshire, YO8 5BJ t: 01757 607383 e: w:




Greenvale AP Ltd

Hammond Produce Ltd

Craigswalls, Duns, Berwickshire, TD11 3PZ t: 01890 818181 e: w:

New Farm, Redhill, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG5 8PB t: 0115 966 0800 e:

Greenyard Fresh UK Ltd

Kealey Burbidge

Andy Ferguson

Rachel Wood


Head Office, Estate Road No 2, South Humberside Industrial Estate, Grimsby, Lincolnshire, DN31 2TG t: 01480 383333 e: w:

Griffin and Brand (European) Ltd

Integrated Service Solutions Ltd

Trophy House, Leacon Road, Ashford, Kent, TN23 4TU t: 01233 645941 e: w:

c/o Fowler Welch Coolchain, London Road, Teynham, Sittingbourne, Kent, ME9 9PR t: 01795 523310 e: w:

GXO Logistics UK Ltd

J O Sims Ltd

GXO House, Lodge Way, New Duston, Northampton, Northamptonshire, NN5 7SL t: 01604 737100 e: w:

Pudding Lane, Pinchbeck, Spalding, Lincolnshire, PE11 3TJ t: 01775 842133 e: w:

Hain Daniels Group

Langmead Herbs

Templar House, 4225 Park Approach, Thorpe Park, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS15 8GB t: 0113 248 0770 e: w:

Ham Farm, Main Road, Bosham, Chichester, West Sussex, PO18 8EH t: 01243 576333 e: w:

Hall Hunter Partnership (Farming)

Len Wright Salads Ltd

Heathlands Farm, Honey Hill, Wokingham, Berkshire, RG40 3BG t: 0118 912 3110 e: w:

Hazeldene Distribution Centre, Taylor's Meanygate, Tarleton, Preston, Lancashire, PR4 6XB t: 01772 812647 e: w:

Jackson Ford

Alda Ellison

Viliana Ignateva


Hilton Seafood UK

Stephenson Avenue, Pinchbeck, Spalding, Lincolnshire, PE11 3SW t: 01775 711565 e: w:

Jeremy Barnes


Sally Hammond

Kay Makin

Richard Cundall

Scott Taviner

Susan Sergison

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Lincolnshire Field Products Ltd

Noble Foods Ltd

Wool Hall Farm, Wykeham, Spalding, Lincolnshire, PE12 6HW t: 01775 725041 e: w:

Corringham Road, Gainsborough, Lincolnshire, DN21 1QH t: 01427 616667 e: w:

Minor, Weir & Willis Ltd

Orchard House Foods Ltd

Altitude, 206 Deykin Avenue, Witton, Birmingham, West Midlands, B6 7BH t: 0121 289 4000 e: w:

79 Manton Road, Earlstrees Industrial Estate, Corby, Northamptonshire, NN17 4JL t: 07826 863172 e: w:

Moy Park Ltd

PDM Produce (UK) Ltd

39 Seagoe Industrial Estate, Portadown, Craigavon, County Armagh, BT63 5QE t: 02838 352233 e: w:

Chadwell Park Farm, Great Chatwell, Newport, Shropshire, TF10 9BN t: 01952 691617 e: w:

Natures Way Foods Ltd

Pilgrims UK and Dalehead Foods

Drayton Manufacturing Unit, Chichester Food Park, Selsey, West Sussex, PO20 1NW t: 01243 603111 e: w:

Seton House, Warwick Technology Park, Gallows Hill, Warwick, Warwickshire, CV34 6DA t: 07585 995552 e: w:

Naylor Produce Ltd

Poupart Ltd

Roman Bank, Moulton Seas End, Spalding, Lincolnshire, PE12 6LG t: 01406 370439 e: w:

Turnford Place, Great Cambridge Road, Turnford, Broxbourne, Hertfordshire, EN10 6NH t: 01992 473174 e: w:

New England Seafood International Ltd

Pro-Pak Foods Ltd

48 Cox Lane, Chessington, Surrey, KT9 1TW t: 0208 391 9760 e: w:

Seven Street, York Road Industrial Park, Malton, North Yorkshire, YO17 6YA t: 01653 600170 e: w:

Wendy Woolf

Leighton Hughes

Duncan Amps

Brian Cains

Karen Barrs

Ginette Ferri

Kirsty Black

Louise Cull

Diana Wood


Andy York

Kathryn Allen

Laura Pickering




Richard Hochfeld Ltd

The Summer Berry Company UK Ltd

Orchard Place, Comp Road, Borough Green, Kent, TN15 8LW t: 01732 880709 e: w:

Leythorne Nursery, Vinnetrow Road, Chichester, West Sussex, PO20 1QB t: 07733 306699 e: w:

Riverside Glasshouse

Vitacress Ltd

Cornerways Lane, Stoke Ferry, King's Lynn, Norfolk, PE33 9RS t: 01366 325616 e:

Runcton Nursery, Pagham Road, Runcton, Chichester, West Sussex, PO20 1LJ t: 01264 732021 e: w:

Karen Cleave

Natalia Hillyer

Riverway Foods Ltd Caroline Stevens


Crown House, Riverway, Harlow, Essex, CM20 2DL t: 01279 450999 / 01379 872900 e: w:

Southern England Farms Ltd Jane Richards

Lambo, Fraddam Road, Leedstown, Hayle, Cornwall, TR27 5PF t: 01736 851991 e: w:

Sunmagic Juices Ltd Emma James

The Old Dairy, Biddenden Road, Headcorn, Ashford, Kent, TN27 9LW t: 07904 094718 e: w:

The Fresca Group Shayne Tyler

The Fresh Produce Centre, Transfesa Road, Paddock Wood, Kent, TN12 6UT t: 01892 835577 e: w:


Agata Szewczyk

Tanya Mew

W.D. Irwin & Sons Ltd Sheree Totton

The Food Park, Carne, Portadown, County Armagh, BT63 5WE t: 02838 390807 e: w:

Westbridge Foods Ltd Carl Cooper

Polonia House, Enigma Commercial Centre, Sandys Road, Malvern, Worcestershire, WR14 1JJ t: 01299 253131 e: w:

Winterbotham Darby & Co Ltd Margaret Lishmund

Granville House, Gatton Park Business Centre, 9 Wells Place, Redhill, Surrey, RH1 3AS t: 01737 646685 e: w:

Worldwide Fruit Ltd Samuel Cliff

Apple Way, Wardentree Lane, Pinchbeck, Spalding, Lincolnshire, PE11 3BB t: 01775 717000 e: w:

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Albion Legal


Suite B6 Joseph’s Well, Hannover Walk, Leeds, LS3 1AB t: 0113 2471 717 e: w:

20-22 Wenlock Road, London, N1 7GU e: w:

Clear Voice Interpreting Services

The Urban Building, 3-5 Albert Street, Slough, Berkshire, SL1 2BU t: 07736 898251 e: w:

Daniel Black

Rachael Tew

Kemp House, 160 City Road, Dover, Kent, EC1V 2NX t: 01304 806790 e: w:

JMW Solicitors LLP Paul Chamberlain

1 Byrom Place, Spinningfields, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M3 3HG t: 0161 838 2762 e: w:

Just Good Work Quintin Lake

1 Clock Tower Park Offices, New Hall, Liverpool, Merseyside, L10 1LD t: 0303 666 5459 e: w:

Licence Bureau Ltd Mike Reed

5 Amberside House, Wood Lane, Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire, HP2 4TP t: 01442 430980 e: w: Ltd Mark Hand

4 Duke Street, Norwich, Norfolk, NR3 3AJ t: 01603 389321 e: w: /

Tony Shawcross

NSL (Part of Marston Holdings) Kenneth Hanslip


Alison McPhail

Mayfield House, Lower Railway Road, Ilkley, West Yorkshire, LS29 8FL t: 0113 320 1460 e: w:


P&O Ferries


Hayley Thompson t: 01304 863103 e: w:


Alex Shapland-Howes International House, 24 Holborn Viaduct, London, EC1A 2BN t: 01933 812235 e: w:

Youth Hostel Association Michael Sabin

t: 07843 344646 e: w:


Ben Bhattal

t: 0330 808 3306 e: w:




In these extraordinary times, sustainability is all about sourcing, recruiting, supplying and retaining the workers needed to keep the nation fed and supplied. ALP will continue to support our members to do so responsibly and in compliance with the law ensuring that labour provision in our sectors is recognised as a model of sustainable good practice.

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