48 Hour Working Week Opt-Out Agreement

Under the Working Time Regulations 1998 a worker’s average weekly working time (including overtime) calculated over a rolling 17 week period must not exceed 48 hours.  The Regulations provide that this limit will not apply where a worker has agreed with his Employer, in writing, that it should not apply in his case. I am therefore asking you to agree to opt out to enable you to decide on your own hours of work. You may withdraw your agreement by giving the Company seven days advance notice in writing.  Please confirm your agreement by confirming on our application form.

Step By Step Recruitment Key Information Document

The purpose of this document is to provide potential temporary workers with key pay information. This is so you can understand how your prospective terms of engagement will affect your pay over the course of your assignment. Key-Information-Document-v.1Download


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Recruitment Agency Expo 2017

We had an excellent day yesterday, networking at the NEC Birmingham attending the Recruitment Agency Expo 2017. We highly recommend a visit for all you professional recruiters, looking to develop your industry knowledge. The stands were next level, Broadbean and their cocktail bar, great marketing guys. You worked the crowd and who can say no to a free Strawberry Gin cocktail! However, it wasn’t all about the cocktails (honest) we gained plenty of new and exciting tips for 2018. During our day we attended several training/seminars. Julie Doherty, Social Media Evangelist at Green Umbrella Marketing Ltd, kicked off with informing… Read More →