We have experienced many changes in employment legislation and see one of our major roles as being to protect candidates from being discriminated against and to protect clients from any potential discriminative acts and legislative risks to their business.

All of our staff are comprehensively trained in the main Legislative Acts, including those relating to sex, age, race, disability discrimination, the right to work in the UK, the Working Time Regulations and the Agency Workers Regulations.

We have been approved under the Gangmaster’s Licensing Act and, as well as being members of the Recruitment and Employment Confederation, we are members of the Association of Labour Providers.

Drivers Legislation

Gi Group UK was the first agency to be “Audited and Approved” by the Freight Transport Association (FTA) following a thorough review of the company’s compliance management systems.

The provision of a low risk service through working with both our clients and drivers is a high priority to us, and the protection of the Operators and Drivers Licences through legislative compliance is reflected in our processes.

All of our staff dealing with the logistics market are comprehensively trained in Road Transport (Working Time) Regulations and EU Drivers’ Hours Rules and are obtaining an FTA Certificate of Professional Competence in Recruitment Practice. Many of our operational staff are FTA approved Digital Tachograph trainers.

Click on the links below for more information about the Road Transport (Working Time) Regulations and current EU Drivers’ Hours Rules:

LINKS:

Road Transport (Working Time) Guidance
Drivers’ Hours and Tachograph Rules
We have a dedicated Quality & Safety team who are committed to ensuring high standards of service and compliance. Quarterly site audits are conducted.

Click on the links below to view our policies:
Anti Bribery
Business Continuity Plan
Data Protection
Environmental Policy
Equal Opportunities
Ethical Trading
Recruitment of Ex-offenders
Reference Checking
Statement of Quality
Training and Development