Labour Providers and Recruiters play a vital role in our economy, supplying the workforce to businesses across multiple industry sectors. However, labour supply chains and recruitment processes are vulnerable to infiltration by third parties and organised criminal gangs.
These exploiters are well versed in the “tricks of the trade” to identify and control vulnerable jobseekers, placing them in conditions of debt bondage or forced labour for their own personal gain. Businesses are often unaware and may not be alert to the signs that this is occurring. The exploitation is often hidden.
Stronger Together provides specialist, in-depth practical advice and resources for proactive measures labour providers and recruiters can take to address the risks of modern slavery and hidden labour exploitation in their business and labour supply chains.
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Our partner organisation the Responsible Recruitment Toolkit (RRT) is a pioneering, interactive, one-stop online toolkit that enables labour providers, employers and brands to raise the standard of recruitment in their business and global supply chains.
The Association of Labour Providers (ALP) is the specialist UK trade association promoting responsible recruitment for labour providers in the food processing, horticultural and wider manufacturing, industrial, warehousing and distribution sectors. ALP represents and supports its members to ensure that the provision, use and management of labour in these sectors is recognised as a model of good practice.