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The Gangmasters (Licensing Conditions) Rules 2009

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22.  Every licence holder must record, as soon as reasonably practicable, the following details in relation to every application received from a worker—

(a)the date terms are agreed between the licence holder and the worker;

(b)the worker’s name, address and, if under 22, date of birth;

(c)any terms which apply or will apply between the licence holder and the worker, and any document recording any variation;

(d)any relevant details of the worker’s training, experience or qualifications and any authorisation to undertake particular work (and copies of any documentary evidence of the same obtained by the licence holder);

(e)details of any requirements specified by the worker in relation to taking up employment;

(f)the names of labour users or sub-contractors to whom the worker is supplied;

(g)details of any resulting engagement and the date from which it takes effect;

(h)the date the contract was terminated (where applicable); and

(i)details of any enquiries made under paragraphs 18 and 19 about the worker and the position concerned, with copies of all relevant documents and dates they were received or sent.

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