NOTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS TO END AN ASSIGNMENT The employment business (or the client to whom you are assigned) may end an assignment at any time without prior notice or liability. You may terminate an assignment at any time by immediately informing the employment business.
PAYMENT The employment business reasonably expects you to be paid an hourly rate which is no less than the National Minimum Wage. However, your actual payment in respect of any particular assignment may be more or less than the above amount and you will be notified of the applicable rate when you are offered any particular assignment. You will become entitled to equal treatment under the Agency Workers Regulations 2010 with regard to pay after you have accrued 12 weeks in a particular role with a client organisation. Where this is the case, you will be advised separately of the relevant rate at the appropriate time. Please note that equal treatment does not relate to all aspects of pay. You will be paid in respect of work done regardless of whether or not the employment business receives payment from the client to whom you are assigned. Payment will be made weekly in arrears by bank credit transfer following submission of a properly completed time sheet. Statutory deductions such as income tax and NI contributions will be made from the payments. Non-submission or incorrectly completed documentation may result in delayed payment. Any queries regarding payment should be raised with the Branch Manager.
ABSENCE Any absence, for whatever reason, whilst on an agreed assignment must be reported at the earliest opportunity on the day in question to enable alternative arrangements to be made. Notification should be made personally to the Branch Manager. We do not operate a contractual sickness/injury payment scheme for agency workers.
STATUTORY ANNUAL LEAVE Your leave year commences on 1 st January and ends on the 31st December. You are entitled to 5.6 weeks paid annual leave. For part years of service, entitlement will be calculated on a pro rata basis. You will become entitled to equal treatment in relation to annual leave entitlement under the Agency Workers Regulations 2010 after you have accrued 12 weeks in a particular role with a client organisation. Where this is the case, you will be advised separately of the relevant entitlement at the appropriate time. You should give at least one weeks’ written notice of your intention to take holidays. Such notice should be given to the Branch Manager. The employment business will allocate agreed leave dates to take account of business needs and the arrangements made by other agency workers and our clients own employees to ensure operational efficiency. The employment business reserves the right to refuse leave requests if they conflict with the needs of the business and may, with due notice, require that you take your annual leave on specified dates. Annual leave must be taken in the leave year in which it is accrued. You will not be allowed to “carry over” any annual leave into a subsequent leave year. You will not be entitled to any payment for bank holidays or public holidays unless you are actually required to work them or they are taken as part of your statutory annual leave. Payment in respect of statutory annual leave will be in accordance with the Working Time Regulations. In the event of the termination of your contract any annual leave accrued but not taken will be paid in lieu. However, in the event of you having taken more paid leave than you have accrued pro-rata, then the appropriate payments will be deducted from your final payment. This is an express written term of your contract for services.
INFORMATION ABOUT PREVIOUS ASSIGNMENTS You shall inform us at the earliest possible opportunity prior to an assignment, or during each assignment, of any instances where you have worked in the past two years, in the same or similar role with the client or any member of the client’s group with whom we have placed you for assignment, via a third party. You shall provide us with details of such work and the periods during which it was carried out. You will comply with any reasonable requests we make for the provision of such information.
HEALTH & SAFETY AT WORK Under Health and Safety legislation each individual has a legal responsibility for their own welfare and for the health and safety of others. You must take all reasonable steps to safeguard your own safety and the safety of any other person who may be present and comply with the health and safety policies of any client to whom you are assigned.
STANDARDS You are under no obligation to accept an offer of an assignment, but if you do so, you agree, during every assignment and afterwards as appropriate, to observe the following conditions:
1) On attending a client’s establishment, you will observe any specific instructions given regarding standards of dress. Where no specific instructions have been given, you should present a professional image and wear clothes appropriate to the responsibilities of your assignment.
2) You will familiarise yourself with and observe any rules and regulations of the client’s establishment, particularly with regard to use of any computer equipment, client telephones and personal mobile phones.
3) You will not engage in any conduct detrimental to the interests of the client or the employment business.
4) You will co-operate with the client’s staff and accept the direction, instruction and supervision of any responsible person in the client’s establishment.
5) You will not at any time divulge to any person, nor use for your own or any other person’s benefit, any confidential information relating to the client’s or the employment business’ transactions, finances, customers, employees or business affairs.
WASTAGE Any damage to stock or property (including nonstatutory safety equipment) that is the result of your carelessness, negligence or deliberate vandalism will render you liable to pay the full or part of the cost of repair or replacement; and Any loss to us that is the result of your failure to observe rules, procedures or instruction, or is as a result of your negligent behaviour or your unsatisfactory standards of work will render you liable to reimburse to us the full or part of the cost of the loss. In the event of failure to pay, such costs will be deducted from your pay.
EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES The employment business is committed to the principle of equality regardless of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy or maternity, race, religion or belief, sex or sexual orientation. Policies will be applied that are fair, equitable and consistent with skills and abilities. You have a duty to support the employment business in implementing these policies to ensure equality of opportunity.
COMPLAINING ABOUT DISCRIMINATION OR HARASSMENT If you believe you are the victim of minor discrimination or harassment you should first make it clear to the discriminator/harasser that their behaviour is unwelcome and politely ask them to stop. If you feel unable to do this, or if this approach fails, or if the discrimination/harassment is more serious, you should discuss the matter with a senior employee of the employment business, who will endeavour to resolve the situation on your behalf. If you agree to accept the above conditions, please sign and date both copies of this contract for services (retaining one for your own reference) and return one copy to the Branch Manager.
PENSION SCHEME We operate a contributory pension scheme which you will be auto-enrolled into (subject to the conditions of the scheme). The scheme enables you to save for your retirement using your own money, together with tax relief and contributions from the company. Further details are available separately.
I understand that my pay rate may vary from assignment to assignment and that I will be advised of this when I start a new assignment.
I agree to notify Titan Recruitment of any changes to my personal circumstances, such as health problems and driving license indorsements that may affect my ability to work.
I agree that Titan Recruitment may disclose personal details to a client in order to secure work. These disclosures will be limited to name, age, driving license details, work history and CV.
I agree to notify Titan Recruitment at least one hour before the start of any assignment if for any reason I cannot get to the assignment. Failure to do so may result in my dismissal.
For the purpose of the Agency Working Regulations 2010, I have provided Titan Recruitment with a full accurate account of my work history for at least the last six months.
I hereby acknowledge that I have received, read and understood the Terms and conditions of Employment and I agree to be bound by the terms therein.
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I accept that Titan Recruitment LTD holds personal data about me and I hereby consent to the processing by Titan Recruitment LTD of said data for any purpose related to my contract of employment.
I consent to Titan Recruitment LTD releasing contact details to ‘The National Careers Service’ to offer upskilling opportunities and training to further career prospects for applicable candidates.
I also explicitly consent to Titan Recruitment LTD or any associated company processing any sensitive personal data relating to me, for example sickness records, medical reports, particular health needs, details of criminal convictions and equal opportunities monitoring data, as necessary to complete any assignments. designated to me.
Finally, I consent to the Titan Recruitment LTD providing my personal data to a third party where necessary for example to a pension scheme provider in relation to my membership of a pension scheme, or an external payroll company in order to receive payment on a weekly basis.
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