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Supporting CIPD

  • Course: CIPD
  • Professor: Sir M
  • School: St AUgustines
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Basic working and employment conditions for agency workers are no less favourable than if they had been recruited direct by the hirer. There is a 12 week qualifying period for this right From day 1 Access to On-site Facilities While working at Trapeze you have full access and use of collective facilities and amenities available, such as the staff room/kitchen facilities including tea/coffee making facilities and water cooler machines (or equivalent). All offices have male and female toilets, which your reporting line manager will show you the location of on arrival. Access to Employment Vacancies All current employment vacancies are available either on our external website HYPERLINK http//www.trapezegroup.co.uk www.trapezegroup.co.uk or on our intranet HYPERLINK http//www.intrapeze.com www.intrapeze.com on the careers page. If you do not have internet access during you assignment, please ask your reporting manager for access to the current vacancies or copies from a member of the HR Team. The regulations do not apply to the genuinely self-employed or those who are employed on a managed service contract. Managed service contract hirer has nothing to do with day to day work, tasks or direct delegation. Basic working and employment conditions Pay including basic pay, holiday pay, commission, overtime, additional pay, bonus linked to personal performance, shift allowances, unsocial hours premiums or bonus Duration of working time Length of night work Rest periods Rest breaks Annual leave Pregnant agency workers can have paid time off for antenatal appointments Does not include Share schemes, options or profit sharing Occupational pensions (until 2012) and occupational sick pay Contractual notice pay Contractul redundancy pay Benefits in kind e.g. company car or health insurance 12 Week qualifying period Undertaken the same role, on one or more assinments With the same hirer For 12 continuous calendar weeks, including whole or part weeks, includes part-time hours...
Basic working and employment conditions for agency workers are no less favourable than if they
had been recruited direct by the hirer. There is a 12 week qualifying period for this right From day 1
Access to On-site Facilities While working at Trapeze you have full access and use of collective
facilities and amenities available, such as the staff room/kitchen facilities including tea/coffee making
facilities and water cooler machines (or equivalent). All offices have male and female toilets, which
your reporting line manager will show you the location of on arrival. Access to Employment
Vacancies All current employment vacancies are available either on our external website
HYPERLINK http//www.trapezegroup.co.uk www.trapezegroup.co.uk or on our intranet
HYPERLINK http//www.intrapeze.com www.intrapeze.com on the careers page. If you do not have
internet access during you assignment, please ask your reporting manager for access to the current
vacancies or copies from a member of the HR Team. The regulations do not apply to the genuinely
self-employed or those who are employed on a managed service contract. Managed service
contract hirer has nothing to do with day to day work, tasks or direct delegation. Basic working and
employment conditions Pay including basic pay, holiday pay, commission, overtime, additional pay,
bonus linked to personal performance, shift allowances, unsocial hours premiums or bonus
Duration of working time Length of night work Rest periods Rest breaks Annual leave Pregnant
agency workers can have paid time off for antenatal appointments Does not include Share
schemes, options or profit sharing Occupational pensions (until 2012) and occupational sick pay
Contractual notice pay Contractul redundancy pay Benefits in kind e.g. company car or health
insurance 12 Week qualifying period Undertaken the same role, on one or more assinments With
the same hirer For 12 continuous calendar weeks, including whole or part weeks, includes part-time
hours When is continuity broken If the agency worker starts a new assignment with the hirer, only
where the duties that are performed are substantively different from the previous role. The agency
must be advised in writing that the role the agency worker has been asked to undertake has
changed, if not they will assume it is the same role. When there is a break of at least 6 calendar
weeks, either during or between assignments (for less than 6 see Suspended Continuity)
Suspended Continuity This is periods of time away from work which only suspend continuity, neither
counting towards or breaking continuity. Sickness absence of upto 28 weeks.  When is a role
substantively different If different key skills and attributes required for the new role Location of work
carried out Organisational unit (in isolation the above reasons are not sufficient, but as part of a
combination, could be seen as reasonable)
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