Bishopsgate Group is thrilled to announce they have been awarded Professional Passport's approved provider status, recognising their commitment to compliance within the temporary worker sector.
Professional Passport is an independent professional membership organisation that sets industry-leading standards in relation to temporary workers. Focused on delivering benefits to the UK temporary worker market through reducing worker risk, simplifying hiring processes and providing clear guidance on worker standards and expectations.
The independent organisation works closely with UK government departments to implement change and ensure that industry standards for temporary workers are met. Through undertaking thorough and independent assessments of members to ensure they comply with regulation and best practice criteria; they seek to eradicate poor practice throughout the supply chain and create a better working environment for the UK temporary workforce.
Luke Shannon-Little, Managing Director of Bishopsgate Group, said of the accreditation “Attaining the Professional Passport accreditation is a huge achievement for Bishopsgate Group and further confirms our commitment to temporary worker compliance. Professional Passport is one of the leading, independent membership bodies that regulate umbrella and payroll-based organisations, to be recognised and accredited by an organisation of this stature is a credit to the Bishopsgate team. It provides a great opportunity for the future growth and development of the company and provides our existing and potential clients with the reassurance that Bishopsgate is a compliant and customer-focused provider to the temporary worker market”.
Professional Passport provides recruitment companies with access to a list of pre-qualified and approved providers across the UK. Providing the industry with access to a readymade PSL, Professional Passport is the only industry insurance back accreditation available on the UK market, providing recruitment company members with £5M of insurance cover against debt transfer liabilities.