Temporary & Contract
We believe our clients should be able to choose a recruitment service that suits both their needs and budget, clearly defining what you get for your money.
Temporary Recruitment introductions are where a recruitment business represents an employer or job seeker and speculates their temporary vacancy or skills to potential employers or candidates. There are no restrictions on the number of agencies or recruitment businesses a candidate may register with. When the recruitment business establishes a relationship with an employer, they present their terms and conditions of business and agree costs. These costs include:
- The temporary’s basic hourly pay
- Holiday pay (9.2%)
- National Insurance (12.8% charged after Holiday pay is calculated)
- Recruitment business mark-up
An employer has no further financial liability for the temporary and all employment TAX and PAYE are processed by the recruitment business.
The temporary will receive the agreed basic hourly rate less National Insurance and PAYE tax.
A temporary recruitment contract between employer and employee is based upon an hour to hour basis, therefore, no notice periods are required by either party to cease the contract. (Please note, long-terms temporary employment may have notice liability to an employer).