GLAA Charge Rate Guidance

We want to ensure that security provision is bought on the basis of quality and that security providers are meeting all of their legal obligations including to their employees and HMRC. To that end we believe it is important that buyers of security are aware of the costs faced by security suppliers operating legally.

We felt it would be appropriate to share this link to a briefing document provided by the Gangmasters & Labour Abuse Authority. The figures have been compiled for the Gangmasters & Labour Abuse Authority by the Association of Labour Providers.

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GLAA Charge Rate Guidance

Published:
March 2018
Size:
7 pages / 225kb
Content:
This guidance provides a helpful illustration of the minimum unavoidable costs that flow from observing the law on basic employment matters such as the National Minimum Wage, national insurance, statutory holiday entitlement, Apprenticeship Levy and pension auto enrolment.
Targeting:
Buyers of security services and suppliers of security services who are bidding for contracts.