When should employers use a licensed gangmaster? - Understanding the Gangmaster (Licensing) Act 2004
Employers within the food production or fresh produce sector should be cautious when using a recruitment agency to supply workers.The Gangmaster (Licensing) Act 2004 established the Gangmaster and Labour Abuse Authority (GLAA).
The aim of the GLAA is to prevent the exploitation of workers in the fresh produce sector. This includes agriculture, horticulture shellfish gathering and all associated processing and packaging. To find out more please read our latest publlication.
For further information please contact any member of ALG's Belfast Employment team.
Date published: 25 June 2021