I use workers
Labour users include factories, farms, packhouses, butchers and nurseries, who play a key role in maintaining the health and welfare standards of workers.
This section explains how to check the public register to make sure you are using a licensed labour provider, how to comply with the legal requirements and guidance on best practice.
You can also find out more about our active check service, which keeps you up to date with any changes to your labour provider's licence following an inspection or revocation.
It is a criminal offence to use an unlicensed labour provider if the workers you use are in the registered sectors. You can read more about the offences and penalties, and find out more about the licensing scheme in I supply workers.
UK exit from the European Union
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Who has a GLAA licence
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Inspections and investigations
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Criminal offences and sanctions
Criminal offences and sanctions...
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