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G Solutions Group doo was founded in 2014 and its headquartered in Belgrade, Serbia. As a result of the commitment to development…





Whilst we are a new SWS operator (Seasonal Workers Scheme), we are not new to providing labour to the agricultural and horticultural sectors….


Dear applicants, 

Be informed that filling out the questionnaire does not guarantee you a work placement. 

Due to a large number of applicants, we are doing our best to respond to all requests, however, it might not always be possible. 

Our phone number is reserved for emergencies only, so please refrain from calling, as this will not help you receive a placement faster. 

Participants do not pay ANYONE for any service.

If anyone asks you for money to participate in a seasonal employment program in the UK, please let us know. This is contrary to all the rules of this program.

The only travel costs, for selected candidates, are:

  • Seasonal Worker visa
  • airline ticket, you buy from any airline
  • transportation from the airport to a farm in the UK


More about

Seasonal work

Seasonal employment is ideal for people who want to earn extra money. Many teenagers and college students work seasonally during the summer and school breaks, while adults with part-time employment work seasonally to augment their income. In this article, we explain what seasonal work is, how to get a seasonal job and tips for success.

What is seasonal work?

Seasonal work is temporary employment, for a part of the year, depending on the industry.
Seasonal jobs in agriculture generally involve working on farms during the warmer part of the year, although there are later crops where work is done even during autumn and winter.
The work may include picking berries, cutting greens, apples, as well as working in fruit and vegetable packhouses, and at the very beginning or end of the season, it may also include setting up and removing greenhouses and other auxiliary facilities.
The seasonal worker scheme in the United Kingdom began when the need for workers  appeared during the busiest part of the year, so the government responded by giving permission to hire workers from other countries.
The permit is granted to companies, the so-called operators, who act as mediators between farms and workers.
The operator has the right to recruit and issue work permits to workers, as well as to ensure conditions on the farms.
Workers do not pay for work, but they undertake visa and travel expenses.


for Candidates
- Age over 18
- Good health and physical condition
- Ready to live in a community
- Emotional stability
- Ability to endure hard physical activity
Terms of the

UK Seasonal work program

Work description

    • Minimum of 32 hours per payroll, additional hours will be available but not guaranteed and no more than 60 hours per week.
    • The work is carried out both in enclosed areas, greenhouses and in open fields.
    • The number of working hours depends on the weather conditions.
    • Most of the work is paid on the basis of piece pay.
    • Minimum 11 hours of rest between working days and 1 day off per week, paid leave


  • Paid weekly.
  • The minimum wage, per hour:
    England, Wales and Northern Ireland (depending on age):
    – £11.44 p/h for over 21s,
    – £8.60 p/h for 18-20 years old
    – £6.40 p/h for 16-17 years old
    Scotland: £ 11.44 p/h.
  • Overtime hours may be available but not guaranteed.
  • Piecework wages cannot be lower than the minimum wage.


  • Accommodation in well-maintained cottages or caravans.
  • Television, kitchen, shower and toilet – in a caravan or in the territory.
  • It is possible to share with friends.
  • The number of participants on one farm – from several people to several hundred.
  • The maximum rent is £69.93 per week/ £9.99 per day.
  • The food at your own expense.