Temporary Staffing Solutions.
Registering for temporary work.
Looking for temporary work in London? Whether you are wanting to fill in a gap or simply explore what may be right for you here at Val Wade we have many clients who are constantly in need of temp support staff. Whether you need flexible dates or longer assignments we will do our level best to cater to your requirements. Our temp team apply themselves daily to placing the right candidate to the right client with the exact same approach and knowledge we would for a permanent role. By understanding you as a candidate we will always place you in an environment that is right for you.
Temping is a fantastic way to learn more about yourself as an employee, gain experience and give you direct exposure to a multitude of industries and jobs. As we are your employer we will be with you every step of the way and stay in close contact to see how you are finding things so we can constantly tailor your temping assignments. Being happy in your work is a priority for us so contact us and the team here at Val Wade and will be more than ready to help you whatever experience level you may be. We are interested in you as a person and will look further than just your cv, personality and attitude are our focus and for us the right attitude will go a long way. We are always looking for dedicated temps to join us!
Please upload your current cv, we will then invite you in to register if we think we can help you. Click Here→
Temping with Val Wade.
We will let you know as soon as any suitable temp work becomes available, this is sometimes based on a first come first served basis so please make sure you have your phone with you. For the shorter term temp work it is usually a case of the client taking our recommendation and us booking you into the role, however we may sometimes have to send your CV and you may even have to interview for the temp work (please see our interview tips Link). Once you are booked into a temp role we will give you all the information required – dates, times, hourly rate and dress code – (Dresscode Link).
Once you have started your assignment do let us know how you are getting on.
USEFUL INFORMATION FOR TEMPORARY WORKERS
Timesheets and Payments.
Please send your Timesheet to us on time – by the end of Friday at the latest.
It must be signed by the client and faxed or scanned over to us. We cannot accept photos from phones.
If we do not receive a signed Timesheet from you we will not be able to pay you. Timesheet Download
Once you start temping with us you will be entitled to holiday pay Holiday Pay Request Form
How much leave am I entitled to?
All worked are entitled to 28 days paid annual leave in any leave year. If you do not work full-time then this will be on a pro-rata basis.
When does my holiday year start?
Your holiday year will start on the first day of your employment with Val Wade Recruitment.
Do I accrue holiday pay on all of the hours worked?
How much notice do I need to give Val Wade Recruitment if I want to take holiday?
A week if possible, if you do have a holiday request email email@example.com with your completed holiday request form.
When will I get paid holiday pay?
As with all payment from Val Wade Recruitment, your holiday pay will be paid a week in arrears in line with your holiday requests.
How do you calculate home much holiday pay I am entitled to?
Your holiday pay is calculated at 12.07% of your hourly rate.
What if I want to take more holiday than I have accrued?
You are only entitled to holiday pay for holiday you have accrued. If you wish to take a longer holiday, we will pay you holiday pay for the number of days you have accrued and the rest can be taken as unpaid leave by arrangement with the Temporary Division at Val Wade Recruitment.
Do I automatically get holiday pay paid on bank holidays?
No. However, if you wish to take a day’s holiday on a bank holiday please advise us in the usual way and you will be paid the relevant accrued holiday pay.
Is holiday pay shown on my payslip?
Yes. The amount of holiday pay that you accrue for the week will be shown on your payslip as ‘Hol Pay for Week’. On weeks when you are not taking holiday, this will show in the ‘Before Tax Items’ section. Under the ‘Details this Week’ section your ‘Gross Taxable’ will show your cumulative salary plus holiday pay received.
When I stop temping will I receive any accrued holiday pay?
Yes, when we issue you with a P45 you will receive any outstanding holiday pay due to you in your final payslip. To receive your P45 please complete the P45 request form. P.45 Request Download
How do I know how much holiday I have accrued or have left to take?
We will keep a record of all holiday accrued and payments made, however, you should also keep your own records including payslips.
Does the temporary rate you quote me include holiday pay?
We will quote you a basic hourly rate for a temp booking and will also tell you what the rate will be with the holiday pay accrued. However, please remember that it is the basic rate you will receive each week and you will only receive holiday pay when you have requested to take holiday.
You get a P45 from your employer when you stop working with them. It’s a record of your pay and the tax that’s been deducted from it so far in the tax year. It shows your tax code and PAYE (Pay As You Earn) reference number, your National Insurance number, your leaving date, your earnings in the tax year and how much tax was deducted from your earnings. Your P45 is an important document which cannot be duplicated. It is your responsibility to ensure it is kept in a safe place. If you want to claim back tax, you will need the original P45. Part 1 is your copy to keep and you hand in parts 2 and 3 to your employer. If you are no longer working for Val Wade Recruitment as a temporary worker and you want to request a P45 please complete our P45 request form and email to firstname.lastname@example.org .
Agency Worker Regulations
What is the agency worker regulations?
The Agency Worker Regulations (AWR) came into effect in October 2011. The regulations give temps the right to equal treatment in terms of the same basic working and employment conditions as they would have been entitled to had they been recruited directly by the client to do the same job. These rights will commence after the temp has worked for the client in the same role for 12 weeks.
What does equal treatment mean?
Equal treatment means that the temp must have the same basic working and employment conditions relating to:
• Pay – includes basic salary, bonuses or commission attributed to the individuals performance but not based on company performance, overtime payments, holiday pay.
• Does not include – pensions, childcare vouchers, occupational sick pay, redundancy pay, share option schemes, maternity / adoption pay, loyalty bonuses, health / life insurance)
• Duration of working time
• Rest breaks
• Annual leave
Will there be changes to my holiday entitlement?
Temps are already entitled to the statutory annual leave of 28 days (pro rata’d). Temps who qualify for equal treatment will be entitled to any additional holiday entitlement the client gives to someone recruited directly.
What is the 12 week qualifying period?
You will be entitled to equal treatment once you have worked for 12 weeks in the same role, at the same organisation.
A new qualifying period will begin only if a new assignment with the same client is substantively different, or if there is a breach of more than 6 weeks between assignments in the same role.
Val Wade Recruitment will work closely with temps to ensure that you are advised of any changes to pay and employment conditions.
Pensions for temps.
Am I entitled to a pension?
Yes if you are:
• 22 or more years old
• Younger than the state pension age
• Earning the equivalent of £10,000 or more a year – £111 a week or £481 a month
• Are not already a member of a qualifying workplace pension scheme
What happens if I am eligible?
• Following 13 weeks of temping you will be opted into the Val Wade Pension scheme, you will receive a welcome pack from our pension provider and your contributions will begin to be deducted from your pay any time that you earn more than £111 a week. Val Wade will also make a contribution.
• If you are automatically enrolled you will have 1 month to opt out
• If you are not automatically enrolled you can ask to be enrolled if you so choose.
• You cannot opt out of automatic enrolment until you have been automatically enrolled and have received a welcome pack from the provider, this will not be until a few days after you have received your first payslip. The welcome pack will include details of how to opt out.
You can find additional information about pensions and saving for your retirement at www.direct.gov.uk\workplacepensions