Staffline takes compliance with legislation and industry standards seriously, and offers a total commitment to our clients that all workers are recruited and supplied to the standards required by the Gangmasters and Labour Abuse Authority (GLAA).
Staffline has an outstanding compliance record and reputation with the Gangmasters and Labour Abuse Authority (GLAA). We uphold the highest standards and have a dedicated compliance team monitoring each aspect of the regulations.
We also work in partnership with the GLAA to raise awareness of the risks to businesses regarding labour exploitation and modern-day slavery.
Our teams are trained to identify signs of human trafficking and modern slavery and work with the authorities to protect individuals and keep them safe.
Staffline is proud to have board representation on The Association of Labour Providers (ALP) and are also members of The Recruitment & Employment Confederation (REC).
We are an active member and supporter of the Stronger Together initiative. This initiative has been developed within the UK food processing, packaging, horticultural and agricultural industries with the aim to reduce the occurrence of forced labour, human trafficking and worker exploitation.
It is a multi-stakeholder collaboration between the supermarkets, the Association of Labour Providers, the GLAA, Migrant Help, industry trade associations, trade union representatives, and individual employers including recruitment businesses such as ours.
The objective is:
- To reduce Forced Labour
- To reduce Human Trafficking
- To reduce Worker Exploitation
Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement
Everyone who works with us, both our direct employees and those within our supply chains are treated with the upmost respect. We do what we can to assist them and help make their workplaces and environments safe, secure and free from harm.
At Staffline, we recognise that rogue gangs of unlicensed gangmasters will aim to target businesses like ours. Because of this, we maintain close working relationships with all the relevant UK enforcement authorities, anti-slavery networks and specialist charities to be alert to the issues and learn from any cases so that we can build more barriers to help prevent modern slavery from taking place. It’s a continuous learning path and we will always have an extremely strong focus on understanding more about these crimes and we take a zero-tolerance approach within the business.