Temporary Employment FAQs
Our experienced recruitment consultants will be on hand to guide you through your temporary and interim career options. We can advise you on how to gain experience and skills across different sectors and how temp work can be used to bridge the gap between permanent jobs.
We have a dedicated accounts and payroll department to ensure you are paid correctly and help you achieve flexibility and independence in your chosen position.
Before you are offered a new job assignment we are required to check your right to work, you’ll be asked to completed our registration forms and evidence any qualifications or memberships you may have. We may also need to reach out to the professional bodies to check the status of your qualifications and memberships.
Once you have been offered a position you’ll be sent two emails. The first confirms your new job assignment and the details, it also has a link to a form for your to complete your personal details, bank details, terms and conditions, etc, using our online signing tool called Signable. When you’ve submitted your form you’ll be required to validate your email address, Signable will give instructions on how to do this. Once you’ve validated your email address your details will be sent directly to the Payroll team.
The second email you’ll receive will be the activation link for your online timesheets.
If you are operating through a Ltd Company we will need your Limited Company details, Professional Indemnity Insurance, Incorporation Certificate, VAT Registration and signed contract terms.
Timesheets are all processed through our dedicated online timesheet portal. You submit your timesheet without the hassle of filling in paper timesheets and hunting for your line manager - they’re in front of your approver instantly.
You will receive an activation link from our dedicated Payroll Team. Please ensure you have submitted and received approval of your timesheet in time for the deadline of 12 noon on Mondays.
Once registered, the link to the portal to submit your timesheet is:
Payslips are sent out by payroll every Wednesday this means payments made to temporary staff will clear their bank account on a Friday.
You will be entitled to 28 days holiday per year pro rata, including bank holidays. Please ensure that you give one weeks notice for any paid holidays you would like to take and ensure that you submit a holiday pay request through the online timesheet portal. The holiday pay request via the portal does not require approval from your line manager so you must get your managers approval separately.
At the end of your contract, any outstanding holidays will be paid to you.
If you are applying for roles that are outside the scope of IR35 and you would prefer to work through your own Limited Company, this can be accommodated.
For information on this visit www.hmrc.gov.uk. We will need you to submit your Limited Company details, Professional Indemnity Insurance, Incorporation Certificate and VAT Registration before you start your assignment.