The Code applies
to labour providers that supply labour to other businesses (labour
users) such as growers, packers and food manufacturers. Some
provisions of the Code also apply directly to labour users.
It sets out legal obligations for labour providers. These represent
the minimum standards you must meet in relation to the way you
operate your business. In addition to the Code itself and other
documents, the TLWG has prepared a leaflet
to explain the Code and how it affects you. There are a
number of other documents available for download
to help you.
other Labour Working Groups resources
Understaing and evaluating customer insight to measure your behaviour and return on investment. The results of the final consultation on Gangmaster Licensing have been
publicised and we can confirm that Labour Providers (LPs) operating in
the horticulture, forestry, agriculture, and associated processing and
packaging sectors and fish processing will all be required to get a
Demand for permanent staff growing
Demand for permanent staff increased last month, offset by a fall in temporary jobs, according to new research among employment agencies.
statement on TLWG Code
|Read the GLA statement
on the external audits and application inspections. Click
to the Code
|On 22 August
2005 some updates
and amendments to the Code were
published. Click here to view.