ALP wins Best Practice Award for Corporate Social Responsibility from Trade Association Forum

We are pleased to announce that the Association of Labour Providers (ALP) won the Trade Association Forum (TAF) Best Practice Award 2017 for Corporate Social Responsibility.

The ALP is delighted to receive this prestigious award acknowledging the hard work and achievements of the Stronger Together initiative to address modern slavery in business. The Awards are designed to “recognise, reward and promote” best practice amongst Trade Associations in the UK.  The winner had to demonstrate the benefits of their work within the sector they represent, within other sectors, and for members of the public.

David Camp, Association of Labour Providers Chief Executive said, “The ALP is very pleased to receive this award in recognition of our work supporting business to tackle the risk of modern slavery through the Stronger Together initiative. I would like to personally thank everyone who has been involved in the programme and has implemented the good practice to date. But, our work has only just begun. We must all continue to advocate responsible business practices until we achieve our vision of slavery free supply chains.

The Award was announced on Wednesday 12th July at the Trade Association Forum Best Practice Awards and Dinner.