Regulatory support for labour providers and labour users announced

Users of farm labour have been urged to ensure they are aware of, and can comply with, new regulations.

Association of Labour Providers seminars and webinars aim to to support labour providers and users through areas such as the new General Data Protection legislation (GDPR) which comes into force in May 2018 will be at:

A guide to the GDPR – for labour providers: changes to data protection and the issue of consent – 7th December 11.00am.

Eliminating Recruitment Fees Charged to Workers – practical steps for your business – 13 December 14.00pm.

Sourcing Workers: What will 2018 look like? – 12 January 11.00am.

A guide to the GDPR for labour providers: retention, rights and other tricky issues – 18 January  14.00pm.

What is responsible recruitment? – 25 January 11.00am.

Preventing Tax Evasion: The New "Corporate Criminal Offence"- 1 February 14.00pm.

The Hidden Risk of Employment: National Minimum Wage Enforcement – 7 February 14.00pm.


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