The Real Living Wage and the Security Sector

In Risk Xtra, NSI Chief Executive Richard Jenkins examines the key challenges facing the security sector, particularly the potential future skilled labour shortages.

Richard discusses how raising standards of labour competency, professionalism and pay within the security guarding sector, through adoption of its new Code of Practice for the ‘Provision of Labour in the Security and Events Sector’ and the real Living Wage will bring significant benefits to buyers.

NSI’s new labour provision Code will help to reduce the risk of ‘weak links’ in security guarding supply chains utilising labour providers.  Managing out rogue labour, delivers greater assurance to buyers from approved providers whose staff are competent, appropriately paid and motivated to deliver best practice.

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