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Complying with the GLAA Licensing Standards

The Gangmasters and Labour Abuse Authority Retailers’ Protocol is set to ensure that issues around agency labour in the UK food supply chain remain firmly in the spotlight.

This workshop gives labour providers and labour users the skills and knowledge to implement processes to assure compliance to the GLAA Licensing Standards.

Upcoming Dates & Venues

Date Location Address Book Now
February 28, 2019 Warrington Greencore Warrington, 20 Grosvenor Grange, Woolston, Warrington, WA1 4SF Book Now
March 19, 2019 Long Sutton, Lincolnshire Princes Limited, Bridge Road, Long Sutton, Spalding, Lincs, PE12 9EQ Book Now
March 28, 2019 Near Edinburgh Bakkavor Group, Caledonian Produce, Carriden Industrial Estate, Bo’ness, EH51 9SJ Book Now
Available in company

Programme

Agency Working – Background & Current Issues

  • Labour Provider Market
  • The risks to your business
  • Retailer Expectations
  • Practises & Standards
  • Economic Pressure
  • The Progress of Regulation
  • GLAA – Overview

Working in Partnership toward Best Practice

  • Partnership Working
  • Monitoring Compliance
  • Complyer – Agency Labour Audit Tool

Group Discussion

  • Answers to your own specific issues, and learn from good practice

Complying with the Gangmasters and Labour Abuse Authority Licensing Standards

  • A detailed breakdown of GLAA & ETI Standards clause by clause

Designed For

Labour providers and end-users are encouraged to attend together, as this workshop emphasis the need to work together to ensure that the Regulations are complied with and are implemented efficiently and effectively.

All attendees receive the ALP ‘Model Service Level Agreement’, a model template for managing the specific arrangements for agency labour supply.

More Information

Cost:

£195 (+VAT) for ALP Members

£245 (+VAT)

 

Contact 01276 509306 or email  if you have further questions.

 

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