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The ALP is launching a series of webinars for labour providers and labour users. Webinars, presented by ALP legal partners, Brabners LLP and other experts are FREE to register for ALP members and labour users. Non-member labour providers can register at a cost of £45 plus VAT. For further details on each webinar, click […]
ALP announces seminars and webinars to support labour providers and users through the new General Data Protection legislation (GDPR) which comes into force in May 2018. To book places on a GDPR seminar, click here. 24th January 2018 (9.30am – 12.30pm) more dates to follow A webinar guide to the GDPR for labour providers: retention, rights and other tricky issues […]
The ALP has announced new dates and venues for its specialist training workshops. See below for the full programme and to book, please visit https://labourproviders.eventbrite.co.uk/ Preventing Illegal Working 8th February – Bourne, Lincolnshire 19th April – London 7th June – Edinburgh Complying with the GLAA Licensing Standards 22nd February – Manchester 24th May – London […]
The ALP has produced a guide to Apprenticeships and the Levy for Labour Providers. For details on how to access this members only resource please call 01276 509306 or email email@example.com.
The ALP has sent a written submission to the Director of Labour Market Enforcement to inform the Labour Market Enforcement Strategy 2018/19. To read the submission please click here. To read all ALP submissions, please visit the public area of the ALP website.
The ALP has produced a GDPR implementation guide which includes useful, practical advice for labour providers to prepare for its implementation. This is a members only resource – contact us to enquire about membership.
The ALP has delivered a written response to the Agricultural Wages in Wales Agricultural Sector (Wales) Act 2014 Consultation. For the full submission, click here.
The ALP has made a submission to the LPC to take account of in considering its recommendations to government on future wage policy.
Industry requires a sufficient labour supply to survive and thrive. An insufficient labour supply will result in a contraction of the UK agricultural, food and drink sectors. Access to labour will be a cornerstone of future government industrial strategy in the run up to and aftermath of EU exit. This paper provides context, outlines key national policy […]