Leading organisations and industry bodies within UK food production, retail and horticulture have joined forces to tackle the scourge of modern day slavery, human trafficking, forced labour and other hidden migrant worker exploitation.
A strategic alliance has been established between the Association of Labour Providers (ALP) and the British Growers Association (BGA) to strengthen arrangements for labour supply to the UK horticulture sector.
NEST and the Association of Labour Providers (ALP) are to help labour providers & employers in the food & agricultural sectors navigate their automatic enrolment duties. As part of the commitment to their members, ALP has joined forces with NEST to help employers understand the process of enrolling temporary workers into an automatic enrolment scheme.
The Association of Labour Providers (ALP) has called on agricultural bodies to work together to ensure farmers and growers have enough seasonal labour in 2014 and beyond.
Monthly Members’ Only Newsletter. Contents this month include Back British Farming Campaign, Welsh Agricultural Wages Legislation Blocked, OTS Review of Expenses & Benefits and Pensions Regulator Shows Teeth.
The removal of the Agricultural Wages Board (AWB) in England will allow terms and conditions of employment in the agricultural sector to be driven by economic market trading conditions, business circumstances and staff needs. This Brief examines the implications on labour providers and offers guidance on managing the change. This Brief is for ALP Members […]
The ALP is running a series of half day Pensions Auto-Enrolment workshops for growers, food producers and labour providers.